Ida Norrman

Winter - Poem by Ida Norrman

Nature is dying outside my window,
life wakes up dancing in the pub,
minds are screaming no more work,
peoples eyes cuts through mine in the dark,

My heart makes a beat for the season of sleep,
lay me down, and stroke my hair
memories of Christmas sings in my head
love evokes hope of Summers by the sea.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 21, 2010

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