Snowfall

I took this picture from my front porch of a recent snowfall. The tree is one of our two Blue Spruce trees in the front yard, and always looks so pretty when the snow falls on it so decided to use one of my poems (below) to go with the picture.


Like Snowflakes That Fall

Tiny crystals of frosted lace

Fall unhurried, quietly to earth.

Each unique, unlike any other:

Too soon they melt,

Disappearing forever.

Like snowflakes that fall

Weightlessly to earth

We enter this world

All different in ways

Uniquely created by

The Master of art.

Taking this journey,

Passing through life:

It is what we are

That makes us distinct,

What marks our page,

History, or book.

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Poem by: Joyce E. Johnson (2013)

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