Softly Apr26 by melodylowes Softly steals the sun to sleep, softly sun makes snowbanks weep; feather-soft is evening breeze, Winter’s brought to softened knees. Share this:FacebookEmailPinterestTwitterLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Oooh, YES! Lovely.
Now I feel all warm and sleepy. Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz……
HA! I finally put someone to sleep. (Do I get a badge or something??)
Now there’s an idea!
Something just so soothing & calming about this.
FINALLY! 😀 I can actually see some soil in my garden. Things are looking up! (Shall I just ignore the forecast which calls for snow on Monday??)
this is such a gentle poem – just lovely, Melody
Thank you, Pam!
I loved this . ..like a lullaby! Thank you and God bless you! The photo is perfect!
I took quite a few last night – the colours were so lovely. Thank you, Debbie – God bless you back! 🙂
Great poem for spring!
I love every line of it, individually and collectively, Melody.
Ah, I thank you so much for your encouragement, Russ.
Love this thought…winter is brought to softened knees.
And we went from so much snow to spring almost overnight – the robins and geese and ducks are happily singing away tonight – what balm to a winter-weary soul! There is still a lot to melt – but Wow! What a difference a day can make!
so fun!! and beautiful at the same time–the “softened knees” of winter…what an image! I have an idea of a huge snowman with knees all of a sudden…
🙂 Poetry is so visual, isn’t it? That’s a great mental picture! Thanks so much Charron for your comment and your visits…