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Frigid winter night

Remember the feeling of all seasons.
Balmy wind, cloudy skies, brisk walks, snow, rain.
A fire burning near the icy pond,
skates crunching, scratching, clicking on the ice.
Bundled shadows slip along in moon light;
bellowing puffs of smoke filled monoxide.
Embers cooling, burning, burning brightly.
Hot ashes follow a dark smoky trail,
rising through clouds, above the icy pond,
vanishing in the frigid winter night.

Copyright © Bill Doggett

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  1. Date: 7/28/2009 12:46:00 PM
    a cold, crisp dream.....Bill please whip up something discribing the power and economic gain dirived by the "haves" as they plan and carry out one has done this yet. Light & Love (Oh, and enter the contest;)

  1. Date: 7/27/2009 10:27:00 AM
    Interesting writing. Very descriptive I can feel the cold on one side and the fire on the other. Sara