Winter's Late Arrival

Winter's Late Arrival

A Poem by December Blaize
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I based this on the way winter didn't really come this year, so the flowers bloomed a month or so early. Then a random frost came, killing them.

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Winter comes too late this year,
Too wrong, too late,
Leaves frost to suffocate
The prematurely blooming flowers,
And as the daffodils shiver
And the roses wither,
I grieve for the frozen white world,
Persephone's beauties that came before their time
And paled before their prime.

© 2012 December Blaize


Author's Note

December Blaize
I don't usually write nature poems, so I don't know if this is any good.

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I love it! It's a great poem that you did a wonderful job on! I especially love your personification of the setting and feelings you give for the world. Great job! :D

Posted 12 Years Ago


Well this is good. It says a lot about late winter and the damage it does to premature spring. Where I live we haven't had a winter, period.

Posted 12 Years Ago



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Added on February 22, 2012
Last Updated on April 10, 2012
Tags: blossoms, flowers, late, winter, bloom, frost

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December Blaize
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