A Poem for Winter

A peek through the window at winter – reflection, remembering and taking comfort in sadness.

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Quiet as snow
falling like a catastrophe
snow globe strobe disco
dances in the light like moths
vulnerable as dropped grapes
at the tread of a heavy boot
in the limping yellow firelight
she retraces other winters
old grief—her unseen talisman
unfolding like a kept receipt
long faded to white

Jess is a writer and editor whose first poem was printed in her local paper in rural Australia when she was seven. She’s still writing.

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