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Cold snow blanketing frozen earth Winter holding life in its grasp, Not letting go December, January, February, Coldest season white bright with voice rasp. Preparing, planning, building greenhouse Winter herbs growing in snow, sleet, and hail, Encasing the glass structure thick in ice Wrapped in the thrall of frozen reality veil. History is the winter solstice, as wintertime Timeline feels timeless, holding wintry realm, Timeworn in gray variation as family wintered in Arctic gale Old Man Winter and Jack Frost reign and win at the helm. Hope burns bright with the hemlock and blue spruce Holding on, enjoying Christmas, pretty colorful lights, Holidays, New Years Day shines bright in new hope Honoring President’s Day; we know arriving are shorter nights.

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Date: 3/14/2020 10:56:00 AM
Very descriptive John, good work...
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John Washburn
Date: 3/24/2020 9:52:00 PM
Thank you Charlie. Appreciate your comment.