Winter Full, a Hint of Spring

2nd installment in bi - weekly poem series.

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Winter Full, a Hint of Spring

Rebecca Koch, Dedicated Writer

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Winter full is now the time,

As will be stated in this rhyme,

Though, look around, and you will see,

A winter scene is not to be,


Although you can see winter snow,

The quantity is very low,

And all around is little ice,

To replace snow, it will suffice 

Yet still the ice represents an image,

One dangerous, causing faces grimace,


One slip, one fall,

Embarrassed by all, 

And injuries arise.

But hope shines through, 

With spring’s grass dew,

As hope is found in bright blue skies.