Invading Gray

A chill rose the morning as the sun danced away
The snow chose her waltz, beneath invading gray
At rhythems of my loss — a fallen flake she laid
Never to drift another from heaven that way

Talking over hours under cloudy gloomed hues
The snow powdered Showers accumulate of you
Covering all deeply, while the wind bitterly blew
Again smothered beneath me, the grassy green we knew

Footsteps untraceable — of all she left behind
flurrying through memories - to never melt in time
Leaving the cold noted, by her sweet disguise
Our souls sugarcoated — the dusting in my eyes

The blizzard now ceased and the sun bore his grin
My heart and my coat untorn — I pretend
Unbitten by frost, and both on their mend
Before the gray invaded, when I wore you once again
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
Topic(s) of this poem: beautiful,love and art,love and life,snow
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