Dawn’s gaping light thaws the frozen earth
Asleep in her fine bed of burnished leaves
Slowly melting away her crystalline veil
As water tumbles over glistening rocks
Splashing and seeping through mossy caps
To hasten the ceremonial dress of Spring
Posted on April 1, 2013, in poetry and tagged beauty, burnished leaves, ceremonial dress, crystalline veil, dawn's light, frozen earth, glistening rocks, John William Waterhouse - A Song of Springtime, mossy caps, nature, spring, tumbling water. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.