Poetry Tuesday – Winter

The north wind freezes fields and rivers

Drifts across roads to seal the town

Skin cracks inside ice covered gloves

Vick’s rubbed onto croupy chests

Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day

Fireplace surrounded by, family, lovers and friends

Ice skating, snowball fights, sleigh rides

Hot chocolate, red noses and hugs

14 thoughts on “Poetry Tuesday – Winter

    1. Thanks for stopping by. I don’t mind the snow so much. I better not I guess considering where I live. I can say that I have seen snow here in Montana every month except August. They just finished getting one of the major roads in Glacier Park opened this last week.

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