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I sit by my window watching the dirty snow
I sit by my window crying tears heart felt.

It's been a long, cold, lonely winter of discontent.
It's been a long, cold, drought since my love went.

She left me on a sun bright day.
In shimmering white snow, she walked away.

Her tracks are melting, spreading fast.
Like her love, they will not last.

Cold, I sit at this window pane.
It seems my life is on the wane.

Now all I long for is the sun's warm mirth.
When the flowers burst from the earth.

Chase these cold, lonely winter blues away.
And give me hope for a better day.

When I can walk to the bird song breeze.
Through green grass and new leaf trees.

With a new love by my side.
Until then, I must abide.

Until there comes that still sweet day,
When spring, once again, comes my way.

Copyright 2002 © Ronald W. Hull


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Reviewed by m j hollingshead
i like this
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
Reflective piece and well written. ~E
Reviewed by Will Brown Linders
Though the ideas in this poem are heartfelt and universal the imagery and rhyme scheme is too sentimental and predictable. The poem reads as the contents of several greeting cards piled on top of one another. Dig deeper. This poem would be much stronger if the emotions and imagery were more original.
Reviewed by Masarat Daud (Reader)
Every cloud has a silver lining... :)
Loved this!
Reviewed by Kate Clifford
This one shows the emotions very well. I am sure spring is close.
Reviewed by Sharron Tyrrell
a lovely poem Ron ...
Reviewed by Rita Putatunda (Reader)
So beautiful - breathtaking!
Reviewed by E T Waldron
A bittersweet beauty ...Ron I hope it's just a poem...Spring is here time for rebirth...
Reviewed by E T Waldron
wow....great poem...I hope the flowers of spring fill your heart and brighten your tomorrows.
Hug from
Reviewed by Floria Kelderhouse (Reader)
Ron this is so nice, One door closes and another one opens.One love leaves and a new love enters, just like the seasons. lovely poem. Floria
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