Jack A. Rogers
Majestic Winter - Poem by Jack A. Rogers
Enchanting vibrations from Mother Earth Exquisite sounds giving birth Sunset morning illuminated sky Silhouette clouds dashing by Winds harmonize with swaying trees Sweet melody with the breeze Prismatic ice melts with the sun Sapphire waters on the run Gusty currents peak and grow Blowing drifts crystal snow Branches breaking northern wind To the ground they descend Multiform leafs float to the ground Softly landing silent sound Winter's beauty nature's way Fall will bring another day.
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