Changing Seasons
21 May, 2007
author: Rebecca Ditch-Hammack (aka Dreamer)


The remaining yellow
Now turned brown
During the night
Fallen to the ground
Remnants of Fall
Are all but gone
Now come nips of winter
Easily seen at dawn

Smoke curls from chimneys
A brisk breeze blows
People start stirring
In their warmly snug homes
A car is empty warming
As a driver braves the cold
Shivering and gloved handed
An early jogger runs up the road

Winter is finally here,
There is not a doubt
People stay indoors
And children give shout
As they dream of Christmas
All the toys scattered about
Yes, winter is upon us
And the snow is soon en-route


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