Treasure Island

Amy Darnbrook

A Winter Walk in the Park

As I walk through the park,
I see it is already growing dark.
And the usually cheerful lark,
On a great journey has embarked.

There is frost everywhere,
And the trees are all bare.
A nearby crow glares,
And hops off to its lair.

A robin chirps a cheerful song,
As the bells chime, 'Ding, dong! '.
Like the merry dinner gong,
The Winter seems so long.

But Christmas will come,
And there will be laughter and fun.
And when your toes are numb,
They will be warmed by fire and rum.

Submitted: Sunday, November 08, 2009
Edited: Friday, November 20, 2009
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  • David Harris (11/8/2009 4:05:00 PM)

    Amy, this is quite sweet. Top marks and thanks for sharing it with us my friend. Hugs David (Report) Reply

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