Southern Winter - Poem by Teresa Dearing
Steel gray skies over head;
Thoughts of summer fill my head.
Dark brown trees fill up the sky;
Leafless silent way up high.
Steel gray skies shroud my mind;
Mystic beauty in this I find.
As misty rain begins to fall,
Cold and wet it covers all.
No spring for us again today,
Steel gray skies keep it at bay.
Cold, gray clouds over head,
Makes me long for warmth of bed.
There to dream of sun filled lands,
Bright and warm, with walks of sand.
As steel gray skies shroud my view,
Spring will come, summer, too.
With sun and heat way up high,
We'll long for winters steel gray sky.
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