Deep within the forest, Where all is still and quite, A peaceful hush has settled, Upon this winter night. Snowflakes by the hundreds, Gently swirl around, Laying a winter blanket, Upon the frosty ground. Millions of twinkling stars, Kiss the winter night. As majestically the forest, Dons a regal robe of white . Moonbeams dance and dart, Among the tall oak trees, The only sound that's heard Is the frosty winter breeze. Evergreens now dressed, In pure and snowy white. Shimmer like tiny diamonds Beneath the pale moonlight. Adorned in Mother Nature's Finest winter dress The darkened forest slumbers, In quite and peaceful rest. Snow laden trees, Bend as if in prayer. Not a single sound Disturbs the silence in the air. The landscape adorned in white Looks like a fairyland. A masterpiece created, By the Master's loving hand. ©Carrie Robison January 2004 Used With Permission All Rights Reserved By Author Website Mail

 

 

 

 

 

Winter Peace
From The Heart Postcards

Snow Effect by Kurt Grigg
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