Thomas Fitzgerald

Rookie (21/10/1982 / Ireland)

Shatter. - Poem by Thomas Fitzgerald

As wild winds blow,
The flesh is blue,
A raindropp fallen,
The season is now new.
The trees stripped naked,
Red cheeks of the old,
Sickness now inevitable,
All syrups are sold.
J.Frost at your door,
Hot coals on the grate,
Curled toes at midnight,
Steaming food put on your plate.
Fields of white blankets,
A black heart in her,
Snow queen now pleased,
It is finally winter.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 23, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, April 11, 2011


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