Winter End

poem by: Daniel Miltz
Written on Mar 17, 2017

Winter End

Feb 25,  2017• By daniel miltz •

This season spoils with orchestral splendor 
A cloud beams in irrepresible render
Spreading opulently past the stars
And raindrops fall from the sky jars

A crying ladybird groans tearfully 
Quailing with blackened fury
And hoping determinedly in delightful twists
As winter-end cavorts playfully in chilly mists

At the point, when the cool is gone, evermore
And skies do not dim anymore
Awaken me with the cries of feathered friends
When the warm twist blows toward me ascends


Tags: happy, inspirational, deep, imagery, wishful,

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Christopher Russon commented:
Lovely poem.well written.


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