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The Snowflake Day Dream
by Felix LeRoy Perry
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It never fails to make me feel warm and young at heart to see those first few snowflakes drift down every fall...they are my magic dust from heaven to me it is a magical moment each year


 

The Snowflake Day Dream


By: Felix L. Perry


 

 

This morning I watched a single snowflake

Drift by me on the autumn air


Then when I looked I saw another


And I wished that you were here

 

Together we could walk and listen

To the whispers of the pines

Maybe catch snowflakes on our tongues

Like way back in childhood times

 

Perhaps later that same evening

Around a fire in an open hearth

We could just watch the world go by

As the purity of snow enwraps the earth

 

We could sip hot cocao with marshmallows

Hear the wind now blowing strong

Perhaps I’ll tune up my old six-string

Maybe I’d even sing for you a song

 

The sun comes out, the snowflakes stop

Alone I lean against a naked tree

Draw the curtain on this daydream

That just wasn’t meant to be…

 

 

 
 



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Reviewed by LadyJtalks LadyJzTalkZone (Reader)
beautiful and heart felt. lady j
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg
i felt i too could see the snowflakes in this heartfelt piece...you express longing so well
Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G
Believe it or not, I am waiting for these moments! They will arrive momentarily. This is sad and don't give up that Special 1st Snow dream! Invite a friend over and still have the same Sweet Fee!
Love this poem and the pict. Wow! Just perfect, I feel a Old Fashion Feeling from it!
Warmest Blesssings!
I miss being here!
WArm hugs and love, Warrior Purple Lady Sheeeoox

STay Positive!
You wrote of the 1st few magic snowdrops/flakes and your visions perfectly.SWEET
Reviewed by Blue Sleighty
Beautiful imagery with a little hint of bittersweet. You are so very talented, Fee! I always love your work.
Reviewed by Gypsy Soul
Hey Kat,
Every Body iz worthy & Deserve'n ot sum thing.
Thou Bro who eva or what eva haz left YOUR Life,Heart & YOUR eva so BEAUTIFUL Soul,didn't & duzn't deserve YOU...


Love'n'Light
Gypsy.xxx


Blessed Be ! ! !
Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa
wow ..love it..
where are you Fee..haven't heard from ya..lOL!!


Vesna:)
Reviewed by Christine Alwin
You gave us a beatiful moment ,,I love the snow,, it is so beautiful,,,lol,, yes,, I remmber cathing the flakes on the tounge
Christine
Reviewed by Morning Star
"Oh Fee...is so beautiful,yes it would be nice!
I remember making snow cones with the snow
I love the snow,I wish it would snow here!
Excellent peaceful write!!
Love Peace and hugsss.....Morning Star
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
a peaceful feeling filled also with longing
Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson
Lovely wouldn't it be nice? Me too, I enjoy the first snow cover thick and white and yes it takes one back to childhood angels in snow, letting it melt in your mouth cuddling by fires
thanks for bringing the great memories to mind about a sometime hard season

really enjoyed
Reviewed by Ann Scarborough
Oh Fee, how fabulous! I want to see the snow! I want to walk in the woods and build a snow man. Add the marshmallows and stoke the fire. I'll sing with you when you play your guitar. Love this!
Love,
annie
Reviewed by George Carroll
Splendid nostalgic poetry of bitter sweet memories which one day will return in all their glory in heaven.
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Beautiful, but what's snow to a Texan? LOL We get a flurry, they close the state! LOL Well done, Fee, you took me to your Winter wonderland, and I am grateful. Come Spring, you'll be so sick of white...LOL Enjoyed.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Beautiful dream, indeed; now how about sending some of those snow flakes down HERE?? We don't see snow that often here; I really miss it! Very well penned; bravo!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :(
Reviewed by Georg Mateos
Yes, I would like very much to be there, although, hold the marshmallows with my cocoa.
My bones say the snowflakes are great on the outside of the window.
But...your heart is going to melt all of them!
Georg
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter
What fun and the picture is soft. There's a wonderful song in my head as I read this...Walking in a Winter Wonderland". Us people down south don't get to witness this. It is a phenomenon for me/ Enjoy it for me.
Love,
Susan
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
A lovely poem and a great picture, my friend. I, too, love watching those first snowflakes in the wood, and strolling through the forest on a snowy day. I doubt I could live anywhere that didn't have all four seasons to enjoy.
Reviewed by Rose Rideout
Felix this is absolutely beautiful and I sure wish I could be there when that fire is going listening to that song and maybe join in.

Love ya face XOXOXOXO Cuz, Rose
Reviewed by Kathy Armijo
Soon you'll have enough snow to make a snowman or two, but for now enjoy your dream. I did, and I was right next to you enjoying what might have been - we don't get a lot of snow in Albuquerque. Gotta' head out of town to truly enjoy the snow.

Love. Kathy
Reviewed by Staci Gansky-Wagner
Beautiful write but sad in a way.
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