4 Feb 2015

School Run Colours 4/02/15 - Winter


An ice maiden, a snow queen
The queen of flowers, glistening 

Crystals shimmer, sparkle bright 
In the harsh gaze of winter's light

A frail head wears the crown 
Encrusted jewels abound 

A radiant beauty, bedecked
Till it all drips away and melts.

Unburdened, ready to blossom
Biding time to unshackled freedom.

These are my School Run Colours for this week. If you are new to the School Run Colours linky, you can read all about it here, including how to link up. 

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  1. Such a beautiful poem! Definitely encapsulates this time of year. Thanks so much for sharing. xx

  2. I love the words! Bidding time to unshackled freedom is so inspiring =)

  3. Beautiful! That flower really does look like a snow queen too - your poem is perfect! #prose4T

  4. What a lovely poems and fantastic photo to match. I love how that flower looks so much like a snow queen, with her hair and crown. What a find! #SchoolRunColours

  5. What a beautiful poem! And I love the pic. X

  6. Such a beautiful poem, I particularly like 'Crystals shimmer, sparkle bright In the harsh gaze of winter's light'. It really does capture that frosty winter feeling. Thank you so much for linking to #ThePrompt x

  7. Great words to match your photo :) #prose4t

  8. I love how the light makes the crystals appear pink. Great capture.

  9. Love this poem. It just workage. Like the best prose, simple but effective #MySundayPhoto.

  10. Frozen beauty! Winter is such an artist.

  11. Lovely, it reminds nods me of flower fairies #sundayphoto

  12. Love seeing things that frost has attached itself too

    Thank you for linking up

  13. Beautiful poem, that flower looks just like it could turn into a flower fairy too!

  14. These words are so beautiful - as is that image. They match each other perfectly. Thank you for linking to Prose for Thought x


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