Poem -

Just

Just

Above the moonbeams are intertwining
Pushing the dark snowy clouds away
As the moon is dancing in the winter sky
And fending off all Jack Frost's advances
Toward his tender cloud slippered toes
With swift kicks of frigid wind
That are rattling the bare tree branches
Just Like hollow marrowless bones
And sending the dry brown leaves
Scurrying swiftly across the yard in fear
To hide there trembling beneath the bushes
While above the cold and humorless stars
Look down upon the world with distain.

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