Winter Poem: Oliver

Winter

As if the sun had gone down on daylight,

And hedgehog scurried to their homes,

People forget about fight and flight

To escape natures’ bones

 

As if a wizard had taken the colour from the land

And the birds are no more

People wait for springtime to be at hand

As it will bring joy galore .

 

So I wrap up warm in my silver gown

And the badgers hide in their set

As the snow comes falling down

I think of the joy it will get

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1 Response to Winter Poem: Oliver

  1. JOAN CANDLER says:

    A WONDERFUL WAY FOR THE FAMILY TO SEE THE CHILDRENS EFFORTS, WELL DONE

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