Monday, November 15, 2004

Mother Winter

 

Winter whispers, softly speaks

Of frozen ponds and icy creeks

Glistens, graciously aware

Of nature’s perfect tender care.

She sings her chilly lullaby,

Mesmerizes passers-by

With icicles and snowy dew

She clouds them in her misty hue.

Beckons those from wooded trees

Bears and rabbits, birds and bees

Slumber now in restful bliss

She offers each a tender kiss.

 

Photo: Rod's Winter Photos

6 comments:

stormie4851 said...

BEAUTIFUL POEM............................STORMIE

dcmeyer420 said...

Bravo! Another one well done!  I can feel the chill and need for hibernation through your words though I live in Florida.

promiseluv372 said...

that is beautiful!! thanks for sharing :)
~ Promise

plasmaspartan100 said...

Mom, that was BRILLIANT!!!!!!   (im her son)   I can feel the chills coming through the windows and doors!!!!!   Im proud to be your son!!! With a mom with a MAGNIFICENT mind!!!!!!!         Jeff      11

cneinhorn said...

oh, so beautiful....wonderful words...
~JerseyGirl
http://journals.aol.com/cneinhorn/WonderGirl

amazingtweet said...

Very Nice!

TTFN,
Michelle