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Posted: 22-Dec-2008, 07:58 PM
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I first posted this poem in April of this year but I thought maybe some would like to read it again.

Snow, drifting lazily down
To shroud the Highlands
Glens, and Towns
A whiten mantle
For the ground
An Ermine cloak
To drape the Pines
The train to
Lay upon the Heather
And through it's
Folds the Thistles peek
As Martens dart
In Hide and Seek

And in the Homes
The Logs burn bright
As sparks rise up
In Chaotic flight.
Outside the chill
Air greets the Night
And clouds drift slowly
'cross the Moon
To hide its' face
From all below.
And in the space
Between each cloud
A myriad of tiny lights
The Stars shine through
To light this
Yuletide Night.
Posted: 22-Dec-2008, 08:55 PM
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I just love that poem Camac as I read it I see myself in front of my fireplace while looking at the snow falling down outside...that is so peaceful and soothing...

Who said that snow should be outlawed, banned, exiled and erradicated? twisted.gif

Thanks for posting it again my friend,

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