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Dreary Winter Day

It’s a cold, cloudy, gray day.
Snow flurries drift aimlessly
to the ground, and
freeze where they lay.

It seem winter is here to stay.
It’s late afternoon. The house
has echoed silence from within
all day.
 
The clock chimes four.
Dark shadows begin to
appear on the kitchen floor.

As silence, loneliness,
and sadness slowly
creeping my way, it makes me
wonder if I can get through
another cold dreary winter day.  

I may grab my hat, and never look back.
Florida is warm and sunny everyday…
so they say!

Jackie R. Kays
Copyright…2003

 





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