On Persistent Winters
The snow kisses the trees and fields
And wrap them with a white quilt
But little did the snowflakes know
I have found my summer in you
On persistent winters I am snug with love
Slithering my way to feel your warmth
My winter love, oh how I pray
For time to freeze this very day
© 2017 Maria. All Rights Reserved.
If only I could taste the winter with that somebody, I’d probably write this on a post-it note over a breakfast in bed. But, unfortunately, this will have to wait. Haha! A big “AYE, AYE” to De for saying that April is the wildest poetry month.
Also, still two letters behind, here’s a late entry written for A to Z Challenge: Letter O.
YAY! Let the challenge commence!