Daisies And Snow.


Whispers of green clothe

winter-frail branches.

Catkins, pillow soft catch the eye

and tempt the touch.

Spring just a sigh away, dallies

at the door as half hearted

snowflakes fall lackluster, to die

beside the daisies.

© sweetwater 2023
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So good to read and have someone composing and submitting this type of poetry with cryptic word use Sue, and it looks like too, your skill in writing it is returning with the first signs of winter losing its grip. There’s an invitation to believe in a spirit raising future in a troubled world, including in spite of Nature itself being strained, in this finely worded piece. Much enjoyed! Trevor

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