THE NATURAL WORLD - WINTER
Like a ribbon that's spun Of the purest of silk, The road crossed the cold bleak dale
But softly the myriad snow flakes fall These infinite flakes of purest white
But softly the myriad snowflakes fall These infinite flakes of purest white
A beautiful winter’s morning When mist conceals the sunrise, And nestles between The frosty shadows of the trees, And footsteps crunch Through the...
In the lee of the mountains with snow on the ground Sits a quaint little village with hills all around
The snow has come, its falling fast I dance around my room and cheer Soon it’ll be time to build a snowman The same one I make every year
The six o’clock alarm Breaks my slumber, and I swat at the clock Like an unwelcome bug.
The sheltered lowlands In valleys by the acre Dusted white as if Sugared by a cake decorator
Standing in the hushed silence Breath pluming in the frost filled air Beneath the deep velvet blue of the night sky Broken only by the myriad of glistening stars
My breath plumed in the frost filled air, As I stood in the hush of a winter night, Beneath the deep velvet blue of the night sky, Filled with a myriad of glistening stars And while I stand beneath its majesty
The wind howled around the house And whistled through the trees Bringing snow in blizzards