Barefoot In The Snow

Poem By Macy (Nina) Dvirnak

Rolling in riches,
As far as the eye can see-
Making a snow angel
on the ground

covered in diamonds
from my head to my feet

rolling in riches
as far as the eye can see

What if someone catches me?

rolling on the ground
laughing at the edge of town
in my pajamas and robe no less

barefoot in the snow,
eyes all aglow-
Cheeks so rosy,
cold, not cozy.

Dad does not approve
but what is the to prove?

that I am grown -

who cares, I say-
have you forgotten play?

tis the child in me
who stays
making a snow angel today

rolling in riches
as far as the eye can see

God sees from heaven
and smiles at me

He is pleased with my play
In the snow he sent my way

it brings joy to His heart,
I'm sure
that I have the nerve
for childhood play

covered in diamonds from head to feet!

so harken!

the fun has just begun!

the Father loves to watch his children play.

So go out in the snow today
all across the world
every boy and girl

go roll in riches as far as the eye can see!

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