Billy Loving


A Snowy Day - Poem by Billy Loving

As I sit in my chair
What wonders do appear
A sea of white
Much to my delight
Snow falls from the sky
As the day passes by
Out my window I stare
Without so much as a care
I look at the tracks below
As the mail truck goes to and fro
I see the river frozen
Thinking about the theme I've chosen
A cardinal eats from the feeder above
One of the small wonders of life, I continue to love
I think back to a time long ago
To the drunks down below
To a road not dug
As I watch him as he's drug
I stand on my porch
As the tires, he begins to torch
He can't get in
Not him again
Where is he from
Is this what I've become?
If he can't get through
What is he going to do?
As my mind starts to drift
Memories, I stop to sift
What beautiful day
As I go about my way

Topic(s) of this poem: memories

Form: Couplet


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 6, 2015



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