Go Away Snow…


winter frost

    Go Away Snow

I looked out to see the Sunlight dance
across ice and snow today.
I could not help but speak the word’s,
“Snow please, go away.”

Enough of trying to accept the season’s
as they come; with gentle piety.
I’ve had enough of winter’s cold
for spring to come I plea.

Come spring with bloom’s of daffodil
crocus, and green grass.
Come sweet spring with Sun’s warm kiss
which cause’s cold to pass.

To feel the Sun’s warmth upon my face
and hand is what I pray.
And so I break my vow and whisper;
“Please snow, just go away”…

                  c.d.m.1-23-11

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About Cheryl

I'm from W.Va. living in Ohio.married [38 yrs],with 2 daughters, 3 grandkids,and 6 step grandkids.Live on a small farm, and have been an ordained minister since 1984.My husband and I both work, he in a factory, and I as a private care-giver. Moved around a lot in my younger yrs. have been planted here 39 yrs. Love the Lord, my family, my country and my life. Glad to meet you.
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2 Responses to Go Away Snow…

  1. mayiblessyou says:

    Ahhhh Cheryl, you have summed up the heart of one very frozen Canadian sister.
    I love how you write. Its like a waltz.
    Just found your blog and I like it very much.
    Keep blogging for Jesus my girl.
    Your testimony is being used in ways I’m certain you have no idea.

    gonna, go read some more…

    loves
    Jo

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