Winter Stars

December 30, 2008
I watch the clouds fall a winters snow
Like feathers; drifting ever so slow

I watch as the ground covers so white
Illuminating the world in a blanket of delight

I hold out my hand, and just barely catch one
One sparkling diamond, before out comes the sun

To melt those stars, now sitting on my hand
Forever soon gone, uncovering this land

Till the sky again, falls a million a star
And the moon is bright, glistening ever so far

I'll wait that day, and watch the snowbirds fly
Away from my reach, and into the sunny blue sky

I'll whisper goodnight, till I see your wings spread
Next winters snow, when my cheeks are very then red

I watch it now, revealing the things not bright
As I go on home, until another wondrous night

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WhiteRoze75 said...
Apr. 25, 2010 at 5:11 pm
I really liked this poem. I like how it just runs together. Its really good. You should keep writing poems like this.  Maybe you should try other seasons beside winter.
angelinagirl replied...
Mar. 29, 2011 at 5:49 pm
Thank you =]
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