Posted by Kay Salady
Posted on December 17, 2011, in poetry and tagged diamond glint, floating, melancholy, snowdrifts, veil, wonderland. Bookmark the permalink. 18 Comments.
this is beautiful.
Very beautiful !
You put in the mood for the season! Thanks.
most pleasant read, wow.
joy to you.
sleeping under the snowdrift, shivers
Such a sweet rhyme – with trees in snow white veils
Wonderful, Kay. Awesome rhyming and melody!
what a lovely verse in rhyme, Kay! Just beautiful! Adore this! 🙂
Snow is always so beautiful to write about as you did write so beautifully of, but kinda ugly to shovel.
Lovely write! Merry Christmas!
Nice one, I love snow … and of course Winter 🙂
Good poem, beautifully presented. Aren’t snowflakes just so intricate and gorgeous ?
Yes, snowflakes are an absolute miracle of nature. There is a video on Youtube that shows an experiment where a scientist has proven that water actually responds to stimuli by freezing it into snowflakes. The form it takes shows its reaction. It’s amazing. The snowflakes that reacted to love are the most beautiful!
Very sweet. Thank you for sharing.
Happy Holidays, Mark! It’s my pleasure!
short and well written! a double like from me:)
how lovely! ♥ happy holidays!
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