Sarah Pesta

Sparkling Bits of Ice

The wind gently howls through the air
And the sun shines brightly through the grey clouds

Leaves have fallen off the trees
Their branches are moving along with the wind

As time slowly comes to the sunset in the sky
The colors from its glow begin to spread all around

The sunset has faded from the sky at a slow rate
The moon begins to wake up from its long slumber

Night has filled the spaces all over the sky
With the stars scattered around with their bright light

Midnight has arrived and the moon glows brightly
Sparkling bits of ice slowly fall from the sky

Submitted: Sunday, November 30, 2008

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