Winter Blues

A little poetry for the frost-bitten

The wind is howling,

There’s lots of snow,

The temperature’s dropped

To one below.

No point in going out today,

In fact, I’m staying in.

I think I’ll run a bath instead,

Submerged up to my chin.

Later on, when darkness comes,

And supper is digested,

I’ll take a look outside to see,

If weather has corrected.

A frozen wasteland is the view,

Aghast, I slam the door.

If winter’s going to be like this,

I’m home forevermore.

Author: Alexander Elliott

Alexander Elliott lives in the upper Midwest and is the author of books in multiple genres, including science-fiction, fantasy, paranormal, and romance. His work is replete with themes of love, passion, family, humor, hope, and acceptance. The author is known for masterful storytelling and creative world-building. His books feature realistic, well-developed characters, emotional depth, sizzling romance, and all the adventure, action, and intrigue necessary for a great read. If you have enjoyed his work, Alexander would love to hear from you! Email: aelliottbooks@gmail.com Website: https://aelliottbooks.com/

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