Winter Poem


A crunchy iced crust

shining in the sun

hiding the soft slushy snow

hands are frozen tingling icicles

breathing clouds of steam in the sun

little footprints in the frost

while even the strongest trees

bend over, under the weight

of their heavy blankets

(27 December 2010)

The pictures included in this post were all taken by myself on 26 December 2010 in Montgenèvre and Serre Chevalier (France).

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9 thoughts on “Winter Poem

    • Thank you! I especially appreciate your comment, seeing you’re a professional photographer. Although I have no particular skill or knowledge, I do love taking photos. Thank you for stopping by! I loved your blog! 🙂

  1. I just stumbled upon your blog by accident and after a (very) quick look through some of your posts I’m already stuck! I like the variety of your posts and I especially like this beautiful poem and the beautiful pictures! Looking forward to read the rest of your posts! 😀

    • Thank you for stopping by, even if briefly, and I really hope to see you back here soon!
      These are the kind of comments that really encourage me to continue writing, it’s amazing to know someone appreciates and enjoys what I am writing! 🙂

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