Theresa Ann Moore
Melt Away Gloom - Poem by Theresa Ann Moore
Melt Away Gloom
I open the bolted wooden door and listen
as the morning air scatters snow that glistens
Where is the zestful song bird of yesterday...
I fear it has flown far, far away
The consoling sun is bound and determined
to lift the spirits those who are uncertain
Indoors, protected from the winter prelude
I sit near a window… waiting to be rescued
As long as rays are beaming there is hope
for a day that escapes a downward slope
Cosmic warmth melts away the gloom...
reviving thoughts of roses in full bloom
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