Mid-winters have their very own charm




Mid winters are like speed breaks
Some withered weather
Some faded foliage
Cloudy skies...chilled winds
Life get tucked into four walls
Love get stuck into woolens

Looking through the window
Waiting for the sunshine
Balcony becomes bonhomie
Having hot lemon tea
Sipping sweet corn soup
Kitchen becomes evergreen bonfire

Nudging... nagging lethargic mornings
Cuddling.. caressing romantic evenings
Taking life into shell of its very own warmth
Mid-winters have  their very own charm


(For Poetry Jam)


Comments

Brother Ollie said…
Positive - I'll think on this as the snow piles in...
Gillena Cox said…
Warm Wishes; have a nice Wednesday

much love...
Salvwi Prasad said…
This is such a apt narration of the winter season. Those hot soups and tea pouring in the kitchen day and night. Comfortably tugged inside blankets and definitely missing the sunshine. :)
Mary said…
Yes, midwinter does have its own charm.....we can always find it if we look & especially when drinking lemon tea! Smiles.
Peggy said…
Wow I loved this midwinter description. Makes we want to be there. Very well done!
Gail said…
Makes me want to like it more.
artbyrae said…
Life get tucked into four walls
Love get stuck into woolens

I really love the way you wrote this poem
Priya Lund said…
Very well narrated, I can imagine the ambiance through your lines :)
Nicholas V said…
What a cosy picture of Winter you paint. It is a lovely vignette of the warmth and love one may find indoorswhiel the winds rage outside...

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