The Winter Season: A Poetic Take

By an amazing lady named Christy.

Poetic Parfait

Winter has a way of making me long for spring and summer, when the weather is warmer and the outdoor activities are many. But rather than wishing it over, today I will celebrate the coldest season of the year here in Victoria. The winter sun looks on, and it is time to release a poem to honor the season. I hope you like it.

Winter Blue

The blue hues above my head won’t deceive me,
Not today.

The glass door swings shut behind me and
My mouth makes a beeline for
The black striped scarf hugging my neck.
My hands, from within the silky

Pockets of my fitted red jacket, are envious,
Only receiving a third of the protection they would
Get with the fuzzy gloves bundled in a
Box in the entranceway closet.

The wind fights for a taste of my neck,
But I won’t let it nibble,
Not…

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