Winter sky above the earth
Snowflakes fall to the ground
Hush, the stillness seems a bit strange
For nary a soul should be around
But I hear, out in the yard
As I lay, warm, in my bed
Funny little noises
And not the quiet, instead
So I take a peek out the window
And what do I see
All the snowmen are playing
And waving back at me
They were skating with the stars
As snow fell, soft, that night
I even saw a few of them
Having a snowball fight
"What's this?" I say,
"Snowmen playing as we are at rest?"
I guess they do, whilst we sleep
I was quite impressed!
This I have seen, for myself
I tell you true, and now you know
All's not still, outside, at night
For snowmen are playing in the snow!!
I'll See You Tomorrow!
Original Poem © 1/01/06 - Revised 1/28/08
All Poetry Original & Revised Versions were written by
Kathryn Sunday Davis
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