A grand council of trees
Stood majestic, serene
Heavy laden with snow
Beautiful and pristine
And I felt reverence
For such a peaceful scene
And awe at the splendor
Of a tall evergreen

 

Kathy Figueroa is a writer and poet living in Ontario, Canada.


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