Christmas is over, rah rah, rah, rah,
Time to about winter think.
But the snow has gone away,
Wonder when it will be back.


The fox lives in the culvert
Just up the lane.
He is so red and
What a full tail.


The rabbits are hopping about,
The birds are staying low,
The wind is so strong,
But I am looking all about.


Wintertime in Wyoming,
Bare and brown is the game,
Black dirty snow drifts still about,
Limbs a swaying in the wind.


Noises I hear from the wind,
But downstairs it is calm,
Glad the vehicles are in the garage,
For now no company we will get.


Just a dull winter day,
Write a story, tell a tale.
Think of another nice day.
Sun is a shining, sinking low.





 

Tom (tomWYO@aol.com)

 

 


 



Watch these pages for more stories by Tom.
In the meantime, click the links below for other poems and stories by the authors at Lara's Den.


December Thoughts

Last Year's Ducks

Shoreline

Botox Bath

Winter Fun

Taste Of Winter

On Growing Old

December's Shoreline


And.......for many others, click the index image.



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