Winter’s Magical Eve

A poem by Deano Parsons. Winter’s Magical Eve.Villages lit by twinkling lightsThe chill wind shocks with frosty bitesWindow displays of gifts and treesWhile garden ponds begin to freeze. Festive garlands and mistletoeThe moonlight shines upon the snowPeople gather around log firesIcicles hang from cold church spires. Christmas Eve comes but once per yearA time to…

Life’s Leafy Pathway

A pathway of autumnal glowWhen Nature bows her head for rest.While trees prepare for season’s flowLike rust upon what summer blessed.The morning dew drops hang like gemsAs chill winds cause crisp leaves to fall.Such a welcome the pathway lendsTo all the people one and all.Who can resist to kick the pilesOf golden foliage so deep?The…