A Poem for January

Posted by: info | Post Date: December 31, 2015 | No Comments
JACKY FROST by LUCY BURROW
When Summer's blue sky fades to grey, And swiftly ends the shortening day; When coldness takes the flowers away, I'll dance the dance of winter! Over hedges see me trip, To frost the leaf and haw and hip; To petrify each sparkling drip, And dance the dance of winter. I'll fade the roses red to white, Re-dress the landscape in one night! Make the cobwebs crisp and white, And herald in the winter. I’ll tiptoe over lawns and trees, The water pipe I soon shall freeze; I'll bring transport to its knees! And turn all things to winter. In leafy Hollows, see me hide, I herald in the Christmas tide; Where man keeps snug by fires inside, While outside, I am winter.
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