Quick Thaw January 18, 2012January 18, 2012jannatwrites Quick Thaw Like the midday sun Turns snow into water, His tears surely melt The thick frost of anger. AdvertisementShare this:EmailFacebookLinkedInPinterestTwitterTumblrRedditPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
That’s pretty. Is it the birthday trip?
I wish I could take credit for snapping that picture, Patti. Unfortunately, all I did was crop a Word Clip Art image. Glad you liked it, though…I loved the detail 🙂
love the pic, the tree looks like it’s asking for a hug!
It does, Knotrune. But I’d have to have on a thick jacket first, ’cause it looks freezing 🙂
LOVE it. Really love it.
Thanks, Mairzeebp. Glad you stopped by!
Thanks for reading, Nancy 🙂
One word – Beautiful!
Two words, SuziCate: thank you!
I appreciate your support 🙂
It’s a cropped Word Clip Art photo. Glad you liked it, Debbie – it caught my eye, too!
WOW. glad I stopped by. Wouldn’t wanted to have missed that photo – and that phrase “thick frost of anger” Solid imagery – so rich
Thank you so much, Phil. I appreciate your visit!
Love the poem…and the tree…at least at this distance, as it brings memories of a freak “Ice” storm on the unprepared south-land, back in 89 I think it was…broke all our power lines and, wow, that was a cold rest of the winter.
That doesn’t sound like much fun, Sonsofthunder! I can appreciate the beauty of winter, but I am ever grateful that I don’t have to live with it. I’m content driving to visit once in a while 🙂
Thanks for reading and sharing your comment!
Yeah, we rarely get snow, or ice where I am , but that was one bad winter for sure.
I hope you don’t get a repeat!