Winter Spells Love. - Poem by Brett White
Winter spells love in the coldest of ways,
When snow, once fallen, can remain for days.
You came and you fell - as if from Heaven -
Anyone who hurts you, stays unforgiven...
In my eyes for all Eternity,
Like the Joy your smile brings inside of me.
Wish I were, all laughter, filled with no tears,
Smiling inside rainbows, allaying all fears-
But Life brings Pain along with the cold Rain,
And the thought of being without you is insane.
Days come and go, sometimes fast, sometimes slow,
I shall say this in a rhyme, so you know...
My Love, oft Bitter, is solid as Ice,
There's nothing I wouldn't do: or sacrifice.
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