Have you ever...

by Dreamofolwin   Jan 7, 2009


Have you ever seen a snowflake
Crisp and white...
Come falling down
So fast, so light!
To suddenly stop,
And touch the ground
Ever so softly..
Without a sound.

Have you ever felt raindrops
On your face...
Refresh, revive!
Bringing you awake.
To realise the wonder,
To be found...
Of walking in the rain,
When its pouring down.

Have you ever heard the wind
Whistling in the night..
When you re in bed,
Huddled up tight!
Nice and warm..
While the cold wind blows
Or sitting by a fire,
Warming your toes.

Have you ever watched the sunset
On a summers night...
Dazzling the sky
With all her might!
In shades of pink, and orange, and gold
What a wonderful sight,
For eyes to behold.

If you have experienced
Any of these things...
And the wonder that,
Each one of them brings.
Then youve taken the time
To stop and look around...
At the wonders of creation,
Waiting to be found.

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  • 6 years ago

    by Blackstar

    Like to read your poems.
    nice how you discribed it in this poem.
    5/5

    -blackstar

  • 7 years ago

    by Aureus Argentum

    That is so beautiful. :-)
    Very vivid and the imagination is free.
    5/5

  • 7 years ago

    by Kuro

    I see what you did there >_>

    you summerized the 4 seasons in each stanza. nature and its cycle! it is a very beautiful thing to experience indeed. nice job
    ~ Ben

  • 8 years ago

    by Starlight

    Olwin, this Is absolutely stunning. You did spectacular, I am just wordless. Very well done.

    "Have you ever felt raindrops
    On your face...
    Refresh, revive!
    Bringing you awake.
    To realise the wonder,
    To be found...
    Of walking in the rain,
    When its pouring down."

    Simply beautiful. Strong image here, It caught my breath. You couldn't have done It better.

    "Have you ever watched the sunset
    On a summers night...
    Dazzling the sky
    With all her might!
    In shades of pink, and orange, and gold
    What a wonderful sight,
    For eyes to behold."

    Gorgeous' this reminded me of someone, you know.. lol well done

    5/5

  • 8 years ago

    by Christopher Wry

    Heavenly images dare I say. Nice word flow too.