Jean Dament

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Winter's Snow Fairies - Poem by Jean Dament

Fluffy snowflakes become snow fairies... lightly dancing upon the wind,
Happily flitting in circles like sweet butterflies...when they spin,
Softly freefalling like ghostly orbs at play,
Sometimes playfully waltzing or doing a style of ballet,
Magical beings floating.... like dust so carefree,
We may try to capture them, but they're to quick for you & me,
Landing gracefully & silently...glistening they do please;
While they're seen one moment...then gone with a blink... they tease,
But when mad they'll blind & leave us unable to see;
As pedestrians & drivers alike with no serenity,
Still these frivolous snow fairies enchant with flair;
Once they've spread a cloak of white everywhere.

Spiritsong
Dec.8/10

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 8, 2010



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