SNOW LAND

SNOW LAND

A season arrives, colder become the days and nights,

You awake to a lightly falling, white rain of snow,

As heavier, it becomes the branches of trees slowly disappear.

Rooftops change too, a blanket of white covers them all,

Sidewalks and parks, the green grass becomes a cold, floor.

Snowball fights between children, fun times in the neighborhood,

A snowman stands motionless in a yard waiting for magic of the season.

People Ice skating on frozen water, bundled in clothes for the occasion,

Icicles hanging from rooftops dripping slowly, drop by drop they vanish,

Snowland, at times a fantasy but reality for many in an everyday world.

Keith Garrett

 

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