Winter's Solstice

The snow mizzled down
as diamonds over the ground,
winter came about with gelid wind
that glitter frosted everything in town.

The frore window cracked
as the algid night warmed
by the fireplace emanated
heat colliding with glass as they touched.

It was a hiemal solstice
full of snow flakes and ice
slowly fogging the atmosphere
in the halcyon days colored in white.

Animals moved to their winter quarters,
in stillness lived everything 
on a dark wintry night illuminated by a glowing
moonlight while all awaited until spring times.

Beautiful winter wonderland 
waiting to be defrosted 
by a new season which colored
from white to green all that seemed dead.

Poem by Founder, Virginia Guarddon
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