Peter S. Quinn


Pearly Pearly Snow


Pearly pearly snow
From winter's wonderland
Glimmering in glow
Like twinkling wristband
How wonderful you are
No words can describe this
Like little earthly star
In your dreamy bliss

The glisten cold outside
On pearly frosty ice
Where wonderments abide
In its enchanting ties
Each small dropp of glare
Gems from nature's still
So little but so fair
In their dreams to fill

Pearly pearly white
Like silver layered line
Glowing in your sight
Of rainbows colors shine
So much is there stunning
In new morning rising
When glow’s awakening
And eyes fantasizing

Submitted: Thursday, July 23, 2009

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