Tracy Rollings

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Winter Wonderland - Poem by Tracy Rollings

Walking through the woods on a beautiful winter day
watching the critters as they all start to play
snow covers the ground as pretty as can be
glimmering ice cicles are hanging from the trees
winter at it's best nothing can compare
feeling the breeze of the early morning air
listening to the birds singing in the sky
watching the hawk as it starts to fly
nature gives it's beauty for all to see
I'm glad your here to share it with me
the sun shines down on the crystal covered trees
temperature drops and the ice starts to freeze
sparkling lights shines for miles
leaving faces with loving smiles
snowmen built from the ground with pride
as the little children get their sleds to ride
the ice is hard so they slide with ease
ducking from bushes and dodging the trees
it doesn't get any better than this
warm cup of cocoa and a loving kiss
enjoying the gift God sent to me
and for all the world a beautiful sight to see.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, July 23, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 23, 2011

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