Treasure Island

Amanda May Moore

(May 21,1988 / Ypsilanti Michigan)

[another] winter

[2 Corinthians 5: 17-Therefore, if anyone is in Christ,
he is a new creation; the old is gone, the new has come]

death all around.
just look at the ground
there is nothing, no life
no sound.
only snow.
only white.
be not dismayed
for the white
of the snow
may be a cruel sight
this sight can be taken
as a new light!
a light to grow
a life out of the snow
a new life
a new creation
for spring will bring
great celebration!

Submitted: Tuesday, January 13, 2009
Edited: Monday, April 09, 2012

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  • Joseph Poewhit (1/13/2009 11:08:00 PM)

    The spirit of GOD is on a higher plain than just the renewing of the growing cycles of nature. Though created by GOD. (Report) Reply

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