Winter’s Song~A Whisper Of Spring

Tinkling icicles

dangle heavily on branches

glistening in bridal white and

looking glass silver

wisp of a breeze

radiates musical waves


that dance across the snow

stirring out dreams

that teeter

on the edge

of cold and



the sun to melt its prison

warm its roots and

route its

life’s blood coursing


into its stem

pushing out

 budding flowers

between spring’s




it will exhale…

and pollinate wanderlust

a breath

of warm caressing


Pressed between pages

of music

penned for tomorrows


for now I watch

and listen

to winters song

Set inside

a crystalline tree

of chimes




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36 thoughts on “Winter’s Song~A Whisper Of Spring”

  1. Good Evening, Gerardine:

    How Do I ever deserve this priceless gift from you?
    As always, your selfless support and extraordinary
    talent in poetry, commenting, and friends making amaze me like ocean waves…I am thrilled being your humble friend…
    I highly respect you and admire your way of offering hope,
    dream, and fresh feelings to many to come…

    beautiful poem,
    timeless memories,

    I love the mood your poem sets, it gives people hope despite the cold winter and icy storms…

    cheers, 😉 😉 😉


  2. Oooooh I love it! Very beautiful, I’ll be thinking about tis all day. Thank you.

    Also, thank you for the information about mono. Nae is doing MUCH better. We took her to the doctor yesterday and her spleen seems fine and she was released to go back to school. She’ll have an ultrasound next week to make sure her spleen is ok. As for my finger, we scheduled surgery for Wednesday. I’m so ready for all of this to be over and done with!

    Thank you so much for the support, I truly appreciate it!

  3. Yes stunning picture you painted through your pen or should I say computer! Just wonderful I’m new to the world of “Poetry” and I’m finding some really touching me as this just did! Enjoy a wonderful day.

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