Michael L. Williams

(El Cajon, CA)

Yosemite Winter - Poem by Michael L. Williams

Winter's brink
fireballs descend
Half-Dome naked
fire dances.
Flaming snowstorms
red ice on the rock face
canyon walls
cloud-brimmed hat.
White roses cry blood
redwoods massage the chills
true light
blazes on the heavens.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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