Wind in the Winter Wood

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Another poem about a snowy night. I must really miss these things.

Submitted: September 15, 2016

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Submitted: September 15, 2016



Oh cold and snowy wind,

Down from the northern sea,

Come break and tear and rend,

At my door all night if need be.


For there is a kiss in waiting,

From a girl in another time,

And words overdue for stating,

In your tempest that I may find.


Oh cold and snowy wind,

Sing through the dark, naked wood,

Sing of the wound I cannot mend,

Sing of fields in which I once stood.


For your voice is all I have left,

To call back fond memories,

To a place otherwise bereft,

Oh cold, snowy wind of the sea.

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