migueltio

December 28, 2015

Not So Typical Christmastime

Filed under: Poetry — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , — migueltio @ 11:01 pm

Walking along the streets

or along the roads not so

busy bordering the edge

of town eyeing many homes

ready for the days

ahead with lights, figures,

inflatables, or trees are

looking pretty grey pretty

damp pretty worn by

the lack of the

annual scene of a December

Winter’s morn.

December does not look

right in the northeast

without snow in sight.

Am I disappointed?

Not quite, given the lack

of treacherous drives

by night.

It will come snow

will come in an onslaught

things will change

through patience through

diligence December

will cease from

looking so strange.

Through patience through

diligence and a good dose

of January storms

and squalls will bury

the world of the

northeast

releasing winter’s

furious beast devouring

this “warmth” in

a furious feast

like Seuss’s ” rare who

pudding” or “rare

who roast beast”.

Miguel

 

4 Comments »

  1. Hey! I nominated you for the one lovely blog award so make sure you check out my page tomorrow for your shout out!

    Comment by lifewithlilred — December 30, 2015 @ 3:46 pm

    • I sure will!! Thank you very much!! *blushing Biggest Hugs!!

      Comment by migueltio — December 31, 2015 @ 10:10 am

    • I nominated you too! But for some reason mine didn’t come out with the visuals the way yours did, just the link.

      Comment by migueltio — December 31, 2015 @ 10:43 am


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