DAVID TERRY


The Lady In The Snow - Poem by DAVID TERRY

The lady in the snow this day it seems
Still captivates my dancing dreams
When I close my eyes I see her there
With snowflakes lighting in her hair
Her pretty smile it beckons to take her
In my arms and not forsake her
And so my arms entwine with hers
Silent music plays and I prefer
This moment dancing in the snow
To any other I would know
Her hands kept warm in soft white gloves
Her heart kept warm as my beloved
We begin to dance our wintry waltz
Oblivious to all cold and faults
Her perfect skin and perfect form
I hold so close as we glide the storm
Gliding across the white carpet floor
Falling into her eyes I could not want more
We dance in circles through the falling white
Her eyes meet mine and they excite
My heart to race as we hear the muse
Bid us dance all night in this moment we choose
Oblivious to the snow and cold
To this memory I will cling when old
Her hand in mine, we dance in grace
Through snow transcending storm and space
The blanket envelops us as one
Our lips finally join our hearts that won
This terpsichore that led us to
A moment shared between us two
The silent music quiet goes
As stand we do in the winter froze
Her arms around my neck embrace
My arms around her perfect waist
Until her face I hold in my hands
And kiss her as my heart commands
When time and motion and all the world stop
We notice not as the cold air drops
Then breaking the kiss I look in her eyes
Where love smiles back to my surprise
She puts her beautiful hand in mine
Resuming at once the moment sublime
Then hearing again the silent tune
We resume our dance in the snow again


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, May 5, 2011


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