Jack Frost

April 8, 2008
By Rebecca Schuberth, Tolland, CT

Winter's breath has ghosted the countryside the night before.
The dexterous artisan has permeated the faint and crisped leaves.
There was no trepidation in his work, and he was meticulous and nimble.
His subjects stand improved and preponderant before all other works.
Desultoriness is his adversary, and he is too much the professional to indulge.
His traces are soft, but its splendor is high and always assuages.

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