Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Winter Wind

Winter Wind brings icey death
With long clutching fingers
And chill winter breath
The Snow blows over, like migrating sand
And buries the bodies under her hand
We see, we cry, we fall
We watch the seasons take their toll
Winter Wind brings peaceful death
To the tired and weak
The earth, longing for rest
Snow freezes in slumber the laboring ground
Giving life to the newborn, when spring comes around
We see, we cry, we move on
We live in spite of what has gone


  1. Hi
    beautiful piece - I really liked it. You are so wise and gifted - you are a true old soul who has lived many times. Merry Christmas AND Happy-healthy New Year.
    Love Gail

  2. Nice work. Shows a wonderful sensitivity to the ebb and flows of life and of the seasons.