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Author Name: Premiummazurekd 8 Comments
Date Added: January 19, 2010 12:01:30 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Winters' Warmth
   

                Winters' Warmth
A cold chill went through my soul today.

Reminding me winter wash the sun away.

Oh how a true love can warm ones soul.

You will never experience it I've been told.

When you discover her you will never let go.

For the rust below your feet turns to gold.

Winters blast can't extinguish a burning soul.

Hearts molten together no season can turn cold

                  

      

           

 

Author's Notes:
never did like the last line so i change it and added 1 to balance it sorry just a novice  after tina read made her comment I discovered    I went back to the original write when i try to fix the font size any way I got right this time. Sorry poets and readers
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Comments:
Comment By: ModeratorJillian K. Alexis on April 20, 2010 10:16:07 PM Report
This is beautiful Dan!  I need a blanket now, as I can feel the chill of Winter's cold air.  Wonderfully penned, my friend...Hugz...Jillian
Comment By: PremiumHOPE on April 10, 2010 02:39:05 PM Report
Dan
A lovely last line, it truly completes the poem.  I love your poems, I don't think that your a novice.  You have a great skill and a wonderfully gifted pen.
Tina

Comment By: FreeMelody on March 31, 2010 09:38:00 PM Report
Novice? I don't think so

Absolutely a wondeful write. Each word flowed with emotions. Loved it

Comment By: FreeAndrew on March 18, 2010 08:14:42 AM Report
novice?  you couldn't convince me of that.  this is a great work - a true testament to the power of love to warm the sharpest chill.  truth be told, however, i'm ready for spring!  this winter has been a bear.
Comment By: FreeMoonStar on February 7, 2010 04:44:41 AM Report
Oh this was fab!!! I had to come see what you had and am so glad i have.. My this touched me deep, for no truer words could be brought forth. The meaning so clear..

 

Well done on this..

 

Moonie xxx

Comment By: FreeAngelface on January 21, 2010 04:28:57 PM Report
This was truly a blessing to read my EF. You have a way with words that only one is blessed to know! Stay close to God!!

 

Angelface

Comment By: FreeTanya Harrison on January 19, 2010 03:22:08 PM Report
Beautiful poem!  Warms my soul.
Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on January 19, 2010 01:00:30 PM Report
Oh my goodness the warm embrace of winters love..
Your lovely lady will love every line and verse...
 Ahhhhhh......love kisses make me melt into him....




 


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