Nathaniel Aaron Bryant

Rookie (New Years of 1983 / North Carolina)

Window Sill Winter - Poem by Nathaniel Aaron Bryant

Frost bitten tree tops
but its cozy indoors
The hot chocolate never stops
as the au fait fire roars
This is the life for me tonight
reading a Christmas tale by fire light
The holiday is not here yet
but the winter season gets the mood set
Peering in from the window sill
is a cardinal seeking heat
The closer I get I can taste the chill
This weather can be so bittersweet
From where I stand I'm loving the view
but the heated room helps too
Luckily I taste the sweetness of the season
The feeling that assures winter has a reason


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 29, 2004



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