A White Day-After Christmas

A White Day-After Christmas

A Poem by A sea person

Snow drifting past the window panes

Coating over white the travelling lanes

Decorations glisten, glimmer and shine

Icicles form on the branches of pine


Snow falls next to the Santas and deer

Fog and ice clouding the window clear

But no one is looking to see the white

Or blanket of clouds that hides the sunlight


The boxes are opened, bows discarded

Bags opened and stockings unguarded

The turkey is eaten and pie devoured

Cookies stale and the egg-nog is soured


The day is past and the nights is gone

And with the rising of the day after dawn

Cold and crisp with green-brown grass

Now covered in snow’s heavy mass


Christmas is passed and over and done

And just as the toys lose their new fun

The day after is white and full of snow

For snowmen, angels and balls to throw

© 2011 A sea person

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I love the flow, and how everything fits togethe like puzzle peices. but there should be no s on 'nights is gone' I enjoyed it greatly.

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A sea person
A sea person

I am a published author and poet, a singer and musician, a martial artist and marathoner, a student and teacher. I am an Inkling, a Silverwing, an Airmen, a Christian. v.r. .. more..