Winter Hymn

February 8, 2011
By ispoli16 GOLD, Bayside, New York
ispoli16 GOLD, Bayside, New York
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Favorite Quote:
"Glory in life is not in always standing, but rather rising each time you fall"


Winter blows a cold, white sheet
Of icicles and snow, replete
With frost and brisk uncertainty
Like the bare branch of a sleeping tree

Colored lights dress Christmas trees
Carols ring out elegantly
And festive candles softly glow
Behind a faithful’s cold window

But all festivities have their day
The colorful lights are shut away
And Earth remains in winter still
Writing tales of ice with a snowy quill

January sun peeks through chilly skies
Clouds filter a dull glow that meets your eyes
And February wind tickles cold wind chimes
Playing winter’s frosty lullaby.



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