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An Elegy In Frost

Rating: 4.9
Cold sunshine writes our elegy in frost,
Author of light a million snowflakes lost,
All gone forever into swirling air,
A dance of death that is no longer there.

Pure poetry becomes a stanza said,
Classical white a message left unread,
While we stand longing for a winter past,
Hurt by a mood that was too fey to last.
West is a shadow wrapped around frail bones,
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Ashraful Musaddeq 18 June 2009
' Cold sunshine writes our elegy in frost, Author of light a million snowflakes lost, All gone forever into swirling air, A dance of death that is no longer there.' Amazing poem with nice imageries.
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Ken E Hall 25 March 2009
beautiful poem carved in the wordwork of your poem, cold and very warm...1st visit kind regards uavanice 1
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Original Unknown Girl 21 August 2008
The winter landscapes seem to lend themselves to your words beautifully Sandra. This was a wonderful illustration of such a statement. Tender poetry from your pen. Enjoyed. HG: -) xx
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John Tiong Chunghoo 27 March 2008
dear sandra, it has always been a pleasure reading you. i am glad that i found you on this site. keep on.
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John Nightingale 31 December 2007
Wow. I love it. Really superb. Thanks.
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Leonard Daranjo 01 August 2007
Cold sunshine writes our elegy in frost - How much more imaginative can one get. Such lines - so sweet and so gentle - scribble their immortality on one's heart and offers the reader that gentle fragrance which contributes to the beauty and the meaningfulness of life. Take care
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Melvina Germain 26 May 2007
Another amazing write Sandra, Thankyou-Melvina-
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Tranquil Ocean 09 May 2007
A fitting elegy....with each word singing into your soul.The melancholic air in your poems swirls and envelops with nostalgic notes. Love...TO
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Jim Foulk 09 February 2007
what a piece of poetry, the part of the country where you live, i have never been there, but would love to come there some day. you know how to bring it to life, to see the wonderful colors so bright, it is the next best thing to being there. you do know how to write these beautiful poems of nature.
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Goldy Locks 06 December 2006
west winters, are divine, in a way. because there's nothing else like them. As i have/had come to know. so cleansing. how you pieced these 3 v. together made it work. care, Sus
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