Featured Writer: Ken Allan Dronsfiled

Where Tall Trees Dance

 

It’s afternoon here in the valley of wood

where tall trees dance; as long walks covet

an ambiance of romance and gentle calm.

It’s now silent and serene; the only sound being

a light snow falling; like twinkling glimmers of

diamonds hitting branches and ground.

All is covered in white; and my candle is alight

on the window sill near the warming fire.

The orange glow and falling snow

elicit memories of marshmallows melting

in steamy mugs of delicious hot cocoa.

Boots, hats and scarves hang by the back door.

a time to remember those beloved youthful days

and the simple ways here; where tall trees dance.

 

© Ken Allan Dronsfield



ken-allan-dronsfield-bio-pictureAbout the Author

Ken Allan Dronsfield is a published poet and author originally from New Hampshire, now residing in Oklahoma. He loves thunderstorms, walking in the woods at night, and spending time with his cats Merlin and Willa.

He is the co-editor of the poetry anthology titled, Moonlight Dreamers of Yellow Haze available at Amazon.com. His published work can be found in reviews, journals, magazines and anthologies throughout the web and in print.

Visit Ken’s Author Page At: www.ctupublishinggroup.com/ken-allan-dronsfield.html


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  1. Reblogged this on arevenantpoet and commented:
    My poem, “Where Tall Trees Dance”….

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