The Snow Queen Poem by David Harris

The Snow Queen

Rating: 5.0

She stood there dressed in cold white down
as soft winds swirled around her.
Her angelic face smiled
as she surveyed her wonderland.
Her time had come again
as it did once a year
to cleanse the world white,
making it seem bright
under the pale moon.
She surveyed her kingdom
and with the sweep of her hand,
she watched as the snowflakes fell again.
The smile on her virginal face
grew in its proportions
as the winter winds blew their deepest chill,
and then the Snow Queen knew
her season had last arrived.
The kingdom was hers again
before it came the time
when her sisters of spring, summer and autumn
would once more again
take their place on the throne.

21 November 2009

Stephen Stirk 04 December 2009

A fantastic poem with sesonal snowy imagery. It reminded me a little of 'The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe', although in that, the Snow Queen was pure evil. I prefer your seasonal twist David Best Regards Steve 10

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Such a picturesque and beautiful poem David. I love the way you have created such magic. 10 love Karin

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Patti Masterman 21 November 2009

It's like you took your pen and created an inside world, just like one that lives inside a fairytale's snow globe.

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Carol Gall 21 November 2009

enchanting david great poem 10

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Fay Slimm 21 November 2009

Enchanting David - - a fairytale read and a picture of poetic style.... thank you - - 10/10

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David Harris

David Harris

Bradfield, England
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