Francis W. Huff
White Snow - Poem by Francis W. Huff
Flocked by a steady falling white
A world of wonder birthed tonight.
A blanket pure, this friendly mass
Will cover the smut with natures pass.
Conditions right, all beauty near,
Glory from above, He is sincere.
Within the cheers of Christmas night
The angels sang in righteous flight.
The earth's new white all creatures stare
The stars wink above in twinkling care.
As truth appears, wisdom of the wise
Views a virgin birth in much surprise.
The choice of purity, the white of the snow
May light our way with eternal glow.
Find this white veer from the dark
Peace its consequence, we will embark.
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