Long Winter


Sundered by a playful spring,
Who hides in April shroud;
We dream of Sol's resurgence,
Adorned upon her brow.

No matter our impatience,
Or love for curve and bloom,
We starve until she's ready;
Delivers us from doom.

  • Author: Quemis (Offline Offline)
  • Published: March 6th, 2021 19:36
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  • jarcher54

    Sweet little study of the anticipation of spring. I call her Persephone!

    • Quemis

      Thank you! : )

    • rrodriguez

      I liked your images of yearning for Spring. Nicely done!

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