Sister Disgruntled

Sister Disgruntled

A Poem by Raven Starhawk

Deguised as winter, her hold tightens
As I crawl through hardened passages in search for thaw
And gray clouds blanket the sky, she commands the winds to howl
Stinging ice pellets hammer against my face
But nothing hurts more than her relentless wrath
While memories of warmth seem so long ago
I cling to hope it may return
However she is ordained in frost
And determined to carry out her season

© 2020 Raven Starhawk

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Added on November 2, 2020
Last Updated on November 2, 2020
Tags: poem, poetry, life, sister