Carole Cookie Arnold
Natures Dimensions - Poem by Carole Cookie Arnold
Winters unwanted harshness vanishes
Knowing such beauty spring banishes
A soft white veil of icy-laced snow
Creating a spectacular glistening show
Crisp air refreshingly renews its plan
A cleansing purity purging the land
Removing what summer months created
Leaving only memories that are faded.
Boundless visions of fresh creations
Colored satin petals begin restoration
Pictorial scenes of greenery sublime
Painted portraits enduring all time
Unbridled farewells kiss each season
Prerequisites of eloquence are the reasons.
Spring will bring flowered fields wild
Through these eyes of God’s child.
Copyright ©2005 Carole Cookie Arnold
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