31 juli 2009

~Poem~The Garden in Winter~

Florence Harrison Frosty-white and cold it lies
Underneath the fretful skies;
Snowflakes flutter where the red
Banners of the poppies spread,
And the drifts are wide and deep
Where the lilies fell asleep.


But the sunsets o’er it throw
Flame-like splendor, lucent glow,
And the moonshine makes it gleam
Like a wonderland of dream,
And the sharp winds all the day
Pipe and whistle shrilly gay.


Safe beneath the snowdrifts lie
Rainbow buds of by-and-by;
In the long, sweet days of spring
Music of bluebells shall ring,
And its faintly golden cup
Many a primrose will hold up.


Though the winds are keen and chill
Roses’ hearts are beating still,
And the garden tranquilly
Dreams of happy hours to be­
In the summer days of blue
All its dreamings will come true.

~Lucy Maud Montgomery~

3 opmerkingen:

Hermes zei

I'd rather have had a Summer poem but that is lovely all the same. Just don't want to be reminded of the winter to come!

Me zei

I love the Winter!!!

Anoniem zei


...and can you tell me where you found your amazing background???