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Winter Warmth

Poetry By: MissCosti

Just a poem about my idea of winter. Things that make me smile when I think of winter and what I do.
Have written any poetry before so forgive me if it's soppy and doesn't make sense!

Submitted:Nov 10, 2009    Reads: 268    Comments: 5    Likes: 3   

The crunch of the frost bitten leaves under my foot, Glistening icicles swaying above my head, Helps the smile etch larger upon my face. Laughter echoing around frosty field, Children's snow angels chasing round one another, Cries & shrieks while snowballs fly, The sun fighting through the mist. Cover's and snuggle's wrapped into one, Warmth by the fire, Flames merrily crackling licking at the logs, Christmas and family time due, Laughing rebounding off our smiles.


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