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written by: TM DiSarro



Snowfall gathers round your ankles
Like warm hands around my knees
Blowing drifts of creamy sunshine
As the wind flows through the trees
Every wisp of sweet confection
Sweetly taste of yesterdays
When we layed as fallen angels
In our winter wonder maze
Now you linger as the frosting
On my crystal window pains
Chilling all my recollections
With the essence of your name
All our autumn colors covered
In a countenance of white
Winter's bain of frostbit lovers
Once forgotten now bit twice
Snow like satin sheets surround you
Like a dress that you once wore
Scattered dreams of cold redemption
Like red roses on your floor
Melting into blushing beauty
On the bed where we once lay
In this misbegotten memory
Of a lost December's day
Lips so soft against a contrast
Of the ice that clings to sky
Restless breaths
In clouds are steaming
While another's name you cry
Snow falls fast as dawn is nearing
Scattered moments turn back time
Nothing seems as it's appearing
In the ice storms of the mind
Like the white dress
You were wearing
Pulled so sweet above your head
Lay in drifts as empty pages
On the landscape of your bed

TM DiSarro

TM DiSarro

I do not consider myself a writer but I love to write. Neither a poet but I love poetry. I steal bits and pieces of time to scratch out ideas on note books, laptops and cell phones. I live and work in Florida fabricating custom canvas and other fabric products and sometimes costumes.
TM DiSarro

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