A Song Of The Season Poem by Raymond J Wright

A Song Of The Season

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And the snow falls down
We watch it through the window
Gently draping all in pristine, unbroken white...

Eggnog in our glasses
A twinkle from the tree
Music drifting through the candlelight
Sings a song of the season
You and I
Gently recalling
All the moments of our lives
Accepting the joy,
Forgiving the sorrow
Of yesterday
The happiness,
The arms of our friends
The evenings filled with laughter, and
The mercy of a loving smile

Patricia Gale 06 November 2006

Beutiful piece for the upcoming season, beautiful

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Alison Cassidy 03 July 2009

This chilly seasonal poem is filled with the warmth of friendship and comfortable togetherness. Snow is certainly great inspiration for writing poetry. And this one makes me envious too, when I remember our Christmases which are filled with flies and sunscreen. An uplifting poem. Love, Allie x x x x

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Duncan Wyllie 05 September 2007

This is one of the most lovely, heart-warming poems about the great season that I have read to date, , , Wonderful Love duncan X

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Michael Gale 13 August 2007

Great poem with good visual imagery for the new season's coming. Great conTENts. God bless all poets and readers alike-MJG.

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Tyler H 07 December 2006

Beautiful, a wonderful image.

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Unnamed Unnamed 07 November 2006

And this I add, too.

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