Snow Dance Poem by Gary Bryson

Snow Dance

Rating: 4.4

Pillowy powder
Falls from the sky,
I gaze in wonder,
As the white flakes fly.
Dancing and swirling,
Through the air,
Like an aerial ballerina,
Without a care.

It lands on the leaves,
On the trees and the grass,
It is silently pretty,
But I know it won’t last.
But just for the moment,
I am taken away,
By the still quiet beauty,
That is here for the day.


Sandra Fowler 10 April 2006

Beauty is a fleeting thing often captured only in a single moment, a snapshot in time.Wonderful poem, Gary. Warm regards, Sandra

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Adryan Barnathan 10 April 2006

thank you Gary! I love snow and this poem definitely has a feeling for snow. A lovely poem to start my day with...!

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Sylvia Spencer 11 April 2006

Gary What a wonderful poem I can just feel all those snow flakes dancing around my garden but I have to tell you I ponly like snow when I am indoors. It's a great poem. cheers Sylvie

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Anil Kumar Panda 16 December 2015

A beautiful poem on flying snowflakes. Soothing to read. Enjoyed.

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Kenneth Maswabi 16 December 2015

A lovely poem worthy to be enjoyed.Thank you.

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mary Davlin 14 November 2017

This could be a really beautiful song

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M Asim Nehal 16 December 2015

This is nice poem to read, I liked it.10+++

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Kim Barney 16 December 2015

You have painted a nice picture of the snowflakes dancing in the sky. Truly only a poet would have thought of this. Well done!

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Ratnakar Mandlik 16 December 2015

Fantastic narration of snow fall, in the form of silent dance of snow flakes. Enjoyed the beautifully portrayed nature during snow fall. Thanks.10 points.

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Seema Jayaraman 16 December 2015

lovely.. the dance of snow flakes in silent motion.. the stillness and the white so clearly visualized.. thanks for sharing

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