J. Thomas, Jr.

(Stockbridge, GA, USA)

Wine By The Fire On A Cold Winter Night - Poem by J. Thomas, Jr.

Wine by the fire on a cold winter night a Gelid concordant. The snows of winter has fallen; and the
Winds are decrescent
Wildlife are
Indefatigable
In
Winter-land
Wine by the fire on a cold winter night. Monumental snows are glaciated; and the
Valleys below are elongated
In an alabaster,
Powdery
Splendor.
Engaging winter, where polar bears are denning
And accumbented in a long
Winter sleep. Winter's prelusory; for the translucent amber,
Gild, of autumn to a dulcify
In their joining. As we dine epicurean, in the comforts of clover;
And bonivant on tasty
Wines.
Wine by the fire on a cold winter night as we
Amorously commingle as one in A fervent that's
Second to None And the taste of
Wine by the fire on a cold winter
Night.


Comments about Wine By The Fire On A Cold Winter Night by J. Thomas, Jr.

  • (11/2/2007 7:50:00 AM)


    I like the way you describe this special time and place and use so many new words, which I do not know, to add to its uniqueness. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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