Winter Wonderland On, "Ice Skating Ring"....

Winter Wonderland On, "Ice Skating Ring"....

A Poem by Dawn

Christmas fun at the ice-ring
glittering and twinkling flashing lights
surrounding the ice. Intermingled
with white and gold and silver
tinsel that is thick, bushy and
plush. With a massive sign in neon
lights Wishing everyone
"A Merry Christmas
and a wonderful New Year Ahead".
A winter wonderland scene of
pure bliss.

Many children with parents. Hand in hand
gliding across the sheet of ice,
obviously falling at times, as not steady
on their feet. But all in all, they are having
a blast as cavorting and tumbling and slipping
and sliding all around the places outwith
hold their parent's hand to keep them on
their feet.

Young couples so much in love. Eyes for no one
else. Chatting and giggling as they
whizzing around the track. Stopping the odd
time to smooch and hug.

Even the odd professional skater,
it seems is out, on the ice too.
Everyone is watching at times and simply enjoying quiet
show
demonstrated on the large icering.
But actually, they are so unaware
of anyone watching them.
As to them, they are just unwinding and
having some fun.  On their day off on just
some ice to them it seems.

I even notice an elderly couple with white hair
and rosy cheeks. Walking and dancing and having
a glorious time. Imagine the music that was playing
was just for them alone.







© 2018 Dawn



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This is so good, Really nicely written and presented. Like the imagery

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Dawn

5 Days Ago

Thank you sweetheart. I take that as a big compliment as it came from you. :) cheers. Dawn.

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Added on December 6, 2018
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Tags: winter, wonderland, ice, sking, ring, adults, children, kids, fun, couples, romantic, sweet

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