Thursday, June 18, 2009

Winters Sonnet 2.0

Why enter the chill of a winter morn
When homes warm cocoon ensnares me inside?
The light, drawing my eyes towards the dawn
Reminds me the cold will not long abide.

As I exhale my breath enters the morning cold
And as a cloud appears before my sight,
Yet my breath, while seeming ever so bold,
Before a gentle breeze swiftly takes flight.

Gently rays of light expand and appear,
Touching the frozen night upon the ground.
Rising up, the sun warms all that is near,
Frees the world from the frost holding it bound.

As the night recedes from the warmth of day,
Memories of night-time's cold drifts away.

Thank you Carol Ward for publishing this poem. The poem was first published at Teesside Writer's Network on the page Latest news - Teesside Poems - it is the third poem down the page. There is also the Teesside Writer's Network Blog. Also
check out Carol's writing on her MySpace page and blog Different Planet and Shadows of Time.

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S R Gurtner said...

Simply beautiful.