~winter's Hold~ - Poem by Sinnaminsun Sinnaminsun
Falls whiteness cold upon the cheek
melts unto and down does streak,
Still piling high, around it fills
as coldness stark brings bitter chill.
And by the wood a flame entraps
to huddle near, sealing all gaps
Within a warmth soon burrows deep
as winter's hold loosens its keep.
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