Mr. Frost

August 19, 2011
By Anonymous

You freeze others to the point of fear
Yet you comfort me with your icy grip
People do shudder at the thought of you here
But I enjoy your playful freezing nip.
Citizens glower at the thought of you
I smile at the promises you bring
The people, they quiver at what you do
I encourage you to let your snow sing.
They will bundle their ears against it
But I will cheer it on for it to scream
Inside them, a spark ignites, a flame lit
And to them you’re not as bad as you seem

And now my friend you have become famous,
Now to me your good fortune is heinous.

The author's comments:
My first Sonnet.

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