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Winter Walk
by Debbie Quigley

Saturday, January 28, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Peaceful feelings that nature provides.
What I see and feel when on my winter walk.

                                              Winter Walk

As I walk down the tree lined road,
I see the trees covered with snow

My face is cold from the winter freeze.
Nature pinches my cheeks.

I hear the crackling crunch,
Of my boots on the snow-covered road.

I am getting farther and farther from home.
All is quiet as the forest sleeps.

The birds calling for springtime
Are the only sounds I hear.

Blue heavens above me
As I walk on my path.

A road of hills and bends of beauty.
I see footprints of deer and other
small animals.

The sun glistens on the snow
A canvas of nature's fine art.

As I look at them,
I wonder where they were going.

Perhaps, they too, were returning home from a
winter walk.

 

 

 

 

 

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Reviewed by John Domino 2/6/2012
Dear Debbie,
A very creative poem with a glimpse of life from another point of view. We have eagles here and sometimes wonder if they have several homes. Why not? They can be snowbirds too. Blessings to you.

John Michael Domino
Reviewed by RWE SAYS BYE 1/29/2012
Yes, I agree with Debby about how well you were able to put us into your scene through the pictures your words create in our minds... this imagery is vivid and refreshing, and affords a nice backdrop to your idea of a winter walk... crispness all too soon curtailed, because I found myself wanting more... a pleasurable read, indeed, Debbie.

Be well and always at peace with those you meet.

Roger
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 1/29/2012
You can keep your snow, but I have to agree as to the beauty of wintertime walking...I do so on the beach in NJ...ed
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 1/28/2012
refreshing, felt as if I was walking right into this scene. I adore that silence space after a fresh cold snowfall.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 1/28/2012
Stuck here in the South and no longer able to tolerate cold or to walk, you bring back fond memories of my youth, especially when hunting in the wintertime. Thanks for the memories of the peaceful winter scenes that were right out of Currier and Ives, silent, yet somehow cut with the distant calling birds and the tracks of animals coming home from the hunt.

Ron



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