Loving You In Winter


Rough manly lines and a stark striking blue
Jump out against the season’s moody sky
Tracing your depths, my flesh colored anew
I’m jolted from sleep inside my mind’s eye
Coaxed out winter’s cloud, you enhance my hues
With vibrant layers cutting through the  haze
Painting my world, Reframing all my views
Emptiness takes form as you shape the grays
Without you to sculpt some texture for me
I’d be consumed by the season’s bleakness
Or I’d wash away in my flattened sea
But you save me, dripping with uniqueness
My vitality until I’m thawed through
I’ll love you spring, summer, and fall too
  • Author: FallingAwake2 (Offline Offline)
  • Published: February 21st, 2024 22:37
  • Comment from author about the poem: my first sonnet inspired by my love and my depression.
  • Category: Love
  • Views: 2
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