Snowbound

The bitter cold sapped his strength,
he should have put his thicker coat on,
but now it was too late.
He trudged through the snow, now knee deep,

by Ernestine Northover Click to read full poem

Comments about Snowbound

Duncan Wyllie 09 May 2006 02:01
A warming embrace through the winter of any night, you really moved me with this fine story-poem, well done, love Duncan
Shannon Chapel 09 Dec 2005 12:49
Ernestine, Beautifully written. Shannon
Sid John Gardner. 02 Dec 2005 02:19
Nice one Ernestine.The coat I had on was a Snorkel and got as far as the Co-op but she'd gone.Last seen at the bacon counter.Cant beat a good romance. Great read thanks for sharing. Sid John.
Mary Nagy 25 Nov 2005 02:08
We're getting lots of beautiful snow now Ernestine......just enough to add some beauty and romance! I love it. What a great poem. Sincerely, Mary
Uriah Hamilton 25 Nov 2005 02:04
sweet, I'm about to go out the door into the Michigan cold, but not expecting this type of luck.
Cj Heck 25 Nov 2005 01:57
This is so beautiful, Ernestine. I love poems like this - I have goosebumps all up and down my arms. Again, beautiful. Hugs to you, CJ