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late winter walk
Category: Writing and Poetry


Nights beauty fades into the a.m. hours

All seems silent as the febuary sky looks warmer,

than it really is

Out of the corner of my eye I catch a star as it falls out of sight

Deep in the snow under drifts of frozen aqua crystals

Another world still moves with life

A little mouse finds the bread crumbs

I left at sundown





JDW III    8-24-2006


In his mantle gray he walked one day across a shining floor and with crystal key in secrecy he opened an ivory door -J.R.R. Tolkien(T.Bombadil-the adv
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This is a splendid poem with wonderful imagery.  

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thanks jody  =] this is the first i have written in a month or so , glad u liked it too .... peace , James

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thank you, james
for my new library gift
and the very coool photo tweaking!
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Good to read you again.  May I ask you...to avoid short cuts in your verse?...far too pretty to short sheet the stars.

Enjoyed.
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midnightsun - thank you for the comment! I am happy you liked this one too.

diamond - I will try to not short cut in the future, I love writing about the stars!

Thanks again for the good feedback!

In his mantle gray he walked one day across a shining floor and with crystal key in secrecy he opened an ivory door -J.R.R. Tolkien(T.Bombadil)

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