A Poem for Frosty Winter Mornings

November 26, 2012

Up early the day after Thanksgiving, camera in hand to catch the frost and mist (and Roy’s new gate), I thought of this poem I wrote a few winters back. Figured I’d share it with you today for a sense of calm on a Monday morning.

 

Winter Relief

What use is the world

without

the quiet breath of winter,

that bare-branch season

of a thousand greys

and a smattering

of blood-red berries?

 

—Susie Middleton

4 thoughts on “A Poem for Frosty Winter Mornings

  1. Ginger Goolsby

    What lovely thoughts about winter, and so very true. How very dull it would be without a change in seasons.

  2. Cathy Erdmann

    A beautiful poem for winter, I’m going to post it in my kitchen. I like winter! It’s a time when the garden has gone to sleep and I have more time to create indoors.

  3. Mike&Bobbi

    Lovely poem Susie! It took a winter in the Bahamas to make us realize we really like having all four seasons. Thanks for sharing!

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