A Midwinter Riddle Poem

Poem By Brad Evans

In midwinter you will find me
Appearing better than my companion.
From a distance, at first glance,
One may mistake me for the head of Medusa!
Sporting my teased bouffant
I would appear to be more at home in Neptune's garden -
At a festive time I even wear pearls.

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