Rachel Weaver

Rookie (11/13/90 / New York)

Winter Beauty - Poem by Rachel Weaver

The bleak of winter leaves me among despair
Thier is only anger and chill in the air
No happiness or laughing
Just grey clouds and bleak white sky
Dont let it all take hold of you for it has a strange beauty within.
A cold beauty
Like a beautiful woman with an empty soul.
In the winter I walk the slushy streets alone
I see the children play
Making angels and happy as if it were May
They seem to love the cold
But oh how this changes when you get old
Winter is still beautiful
In that strange cold way
Everytime it comes around thou
I feel I'm going to fade


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  • (6/4/2005 7:45:00 PM)


    Real promise for such a young writer! you don't need the word thou. Please stick with the writing! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 4, 2005



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