The Kiss of Winter

She dropped her pearls by the bed side.
Morning came and it was time to hide.
Those pretty pearls were scattered round,
Like dew drops on a mellow winter ground
and
the
time
had
come
 
She sneaked out from those broken panes
That hadn’t been repaired since last fall;
And landed on the withered leaves.
Bruised a little, she left a red trail.
Had to hurry, they’d waited long
But then her mind said, catch some breath girl, hum a song!
And so the damsel stepped in graceful tones,
To satiate the thirst for cold.
She tread long paths, in sprightly moves
Opened her wings. Flew a kiss.
Put the saplings to a deep sleep.
Hummed that song, gave drowsy eyes
To each one she was passing by!
Her milky skin was shedding love
Covering all that she could see.
Touch of a misunderstood mother;
The life beneath snuggled tight.
It’s a long time for summer to reach,
It was time for a comfort sleep.
 
and
it
had
started
She bent down in her silver gown
Picked the pearls that’d fallen down
Strung them back, oh how they shone!
She ascended up to her darkened throne. 

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