A Winter Poem - Poem by Daniel Shumkin
Everything is wrapped in white snow
Skies are embellished by silver stars
I am looking through the window and I know
Mother winter has come to visit us.
Outside there are children playing and sledding
Swan of frost is hugging us in his wings
Father lilac sky, like in angels' wedding
Wearing crystal necklaces and diamond rings
These are small and unique moments of magic and whispers of Amour
Please do not fly away …
Mother Winter, you are painting my life in water colors-pink and azure
My life, which once was smeared in autumnal gray.
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