Winter's Hale

Winter's Hale

A Poem by Zachary Cyrick Addams Nash

Winter's Hale

On above, The heaven from up above,

Droplets of ice is chilling and cold.

The heat of love, The warmest love.

No other lies, No secrets told.


It wan be frost, our smile is fading.

It’s not for the lies, The ice is chilling.

Our nerves and veins, The blood is draining.

Of nostalgic frost, Our shadows dissolving.


Of what can hymn a nightingale,

In a dreaded place with winter’s hale.

The fires and heat like one in hell,

Of what can cast a sorcerer’s spell.




Zachary Cyrick Nash

© 2013 Zachary Cyrick Addams Nash


Author's Note

Zachary Cyrick Addams Nash
Meep. i know i am a terrible scribbler.

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Not bad. Check your spelling and grammar, though - a few errors here and there. You use some good imagery here and your winter motif is very clear. Good work.

Posted 8 Years Ago


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Zachary Cyrick Addams Nash

8 Years Ago

Thanks :D. There will be always a room for improvement.
Beautiful poem fellow writer!

Posted 8 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Zachary Cyrick Addams Nash

8 Years Ago

Well, Thank you dear! And have a good day. :D

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