“I love the snow for what it is –
Of dreams and stars that spark,
Of clouds and tears.
Some say it’s angels in the dark.
I love the snow for what it stands,
My childhood memories asleep
And holidays with frozen hands.
Snowmen were built of snow knee-deep.
I love the snow for what it might,
The hopes it brings, the smiles it carves
Each winter, a brand new sight
To welcome with open arms.
I love the snow, I hope you too –
This thread that links all that is true.”
Copyright © Patricia Furstenberg. All Rights Reserved.
I hope you enjoyed my sonnet on snowy night, a winter’s dream.
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