See the winter snow
Falling gently to the ground,
Blankets of His love.
Fingers frozen stiff
Snuggle slowly into gloves,
resting now in warmth.
Hot cocoa simmers,
Scents flowing from the stove top
Warm me up inside.
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I'm a 50-ish' mother of two grown children & a grandmother to a beautiful baby girl. I like poetry and have been writing poems for about 40 years now. Currently I teach 4th grade English, language arts. more…
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