Dexsta Ray

Gold Star - 13,361 Points (March 8,1994 -)

December's Breeze - Poem by Dexsta Ray

'Tis December's breeze
Winter breathes
Miss the little things
St. Nick's spirit in the chimneys, quickly…
In the absence of that
A bunch unveiling
I don't know, pass the glamour of cash
A couple of children watching…
'Tis the twilight…
Big and bright in the sky, a stillness, misty
Chilling bones, in the cold
But the soul is
A different feel, listening, hear…
A tap and tock above it
Really should be sleep but ye can't expect a lot of nothing
Not to love it, spotting something
On the sneak before a
St. Nick, shifting up a promise underneath the tree…
Ma and pa are sleep, stopped in thoughts
That it could be a 'story'
Even milk and cookies, took a
Trip, hopped and crossed
Stockings, moss, ornaments to decorate
The families, chipping in together
'Til the star sit atop the
Then, the deal, is swapped, complete
Cards and winter, times, lights meant to fit the vision
Marvelous, in parts, letting ours know
How much regarded!
Winters breathes, in December wreaths
Every month's departed, every
On it's day, can't erase, the way it came about
Engraved within it's name

Topic(s) of this poem: holidays

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 16, 2015

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