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Poetry On Odyssey: As The Snow Fell

An original poem written as the seasons change so rapidly. May you find comfort within it all no matter how winter makes you feel.

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Poetry On Odyssey: As The Snow Fell
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Hey readers!


I wanted to write something short about the change of seasons. Our first snow fall happened not too long ago, and it seems that autumn only visited us a short moment. While I love personifying, I do hope this piece brings hope during such a seasonal change. If you dislike or even love winter (or if snow is never seen for you at all!), may you be comforted nonetheless. Happy first snow fall!


As the snow fell, so did the spirit

Heavy and burdened with sorrow

There was nothing that could compare to how it chilled the heart

Mimicking every part of the frozen bits around

As the snow fell, so did the eyes

On the ground they gazed

Lingering too long and aching to see the sky

As the snow fell, so did the leaves

Never having the chance to fully embrace the transition

Of being red, gold, and yellow from green

No sliver of warmth in between

How it feels to see the winter in its welcoming glance

One moment, a flashing hope of something to come

But even if the winter isn't for everyone,

If it's spent within the cold chill

Or your winters are considered those under the hot sun

May it make you feel content

But only for a moment

May it make you feel eager for the change in season yet to come

The endless possibilities awaiting the present

Can still be beautiful if you let it

As the snow fell, so did

The hope that autumn would stick around

It was fleeting, and the greeting small

It made an appearance, and it promised to come back next year

But don't shy away from what the winter has to offer you

A chance to reflect on what you want for the new year

A chance to settle in all of what you did accomplish this year

The opportunity to freeze over everything that you no longer need in the warmer months

For those are the things, that like the snow, fell away from your heart

As the snow fell, so did the sadness

For only a brighter day is waiting for you to start

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