Monday, December 8, 2008

Winter Colors

Remembering when this time of year wasn't so depressing. I don't care for the poem much, but again, kind of like the picture. The poem was written for Legacy Writers of Harmony Pub picture challenge.



Twenty one years ago a church bell rang
Tolling pale azure and white
Against an iridescent midnight
Refrains of devotion, candlelight sang

Olden ritual with white rose petals misted
New birds chirp warmth into the frozen
Borrowed from time, sterling vows are spoken
Blue, truer than all ancient affections listed

For fifteen years the colors tolled
Now silent, their hues have faded
In shadows of grey, winter is shaded
Rose petals withered by the colorless cold

3 comments:

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Sweet and very sad. I think the poem is nice. The picture is cool blown up big!

bluerose9062 said...

Thanks Mary! It's me on my wedding day, Jan. 10th, 1987.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

So sad!

Hope there are happy moments too! Now I mean.