Rhonda Baker


Thanks - Poem by Rhonda Baker

People have drawn into their shells
Layering on armor as a snowstorm swells
Stoking the home fires, big and bright
Cloudless, clear star filled night
A stark landscape is all that you see
Tucked inside each home a family
Giving thanks for what they have received
All through the day and into the eve


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 16, 2008



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