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Winter wears on my patience.
Dim dreary days – the grey
grinds and grates the spirit. 
Sleet slushes the street.

I don’t even ask for spring.

Grant me a blizzard
or a biting freeze with inky skies,
just something
to lift the weariness
that has wormed into my mind
and paralyzes.


Copyright © Agnes Krampe | Year Posted 2018


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  1. Date: 2/17/2018 1:29:00 PM

    I hear ya!!...winters wears me down. Excellent piece Agnes
  1. Date: 2/15/2018 7:19:00 PM

    Hey, Agnes. I don't have the time to search out an older poem of yours I have not read yet. Any suggestions? I hope to see a new one soon!!
  1. Date: 2/14/2018 7:23:00 AM

    Grey, grey go away, don't come back another day! This is so very expressive, Agnes, especially the last stanza. Weather such as this can really get us down. Hope you have a lovely Valentines Day to make up for it:) Regards // paul
  1. Date: 2/13/2018 6:10:00 PM

    I will take the grey over the blizzard. I HATE having to drive to work in snow. Anyway, I get what you are saying. Great poem, Agnes!
  1. Date: 2/13/2018 5:40:00 PM

    I know exactly what you mean, Agnes. I couldn't have put it better myself.
  1. Date: 2/13/2018 7:04:00 AM

    Great description... Nicely written...
  1. Date: 2/13/2018 6:31:00 AM

    Clever depiction of feelings in gloomy winter!
  1. Date: 2/13/2018 4:10:00 AM

    - Thankfully .... February is the shortest month of the year, Agnes - Great written - hugs // Anne-Lise :)
  1. Date: 2/13/2018 1:02:00 AM

    A perfect description Agnes, It can drag on with each dark day pretty much the same as the one before and something dramatic like a snowstorm would certainly break the monotony. Regards Tom