Poem: ‘Winter’s Dance’ by Carolyn Chorley

Nature dances in her winter dress

To a melody only she can hear

And with an icy touch she does express

What to her, she holds so dear.

 

She touches the stars one by one

And makes them glitter in the ebony sky

But even still she is not yet done

There is so much more for her to try.

 

The softest covering from her shoulder slips

As she spreads her ermine wrap

And icicles fall gently from her lips

As the world settles in for a frozen nap.

 

Back and forth she does slowly sway

In her cloak of shimmering white

She only wishes to remain and play

Until the first kiss of spring’s warm light.

 

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