Frozen mud puddles glisten in the morning light, icy drops sparkle on twigs,
the sky is a solid white. Woodsmoke from the place down the road rises and hangs
in the cold air. The radio weatherman sounds hyper, and every second ad is
winter snow tires.That afternoon, the first hesitant flakes drift down, then
faster and thicker, until the sky lets loose. The kids celebrate; no school tomorrow!!!
Winter is a season for throwing snowballs, tossing another log on the fire, escaping
into a good book or movie, and just plain hunkering down. Time to celebrate the
arrival of Father Winter!
These are our original Welcome Winter Season verses, poems and sayings for you
to use on blank cards, in emails, letters and notes, in scrapbooks and albums, or
as classroom poetry. As with all our verses, you could always use these ideas to
write your own verse, letter, or note. Please respect my copyright and do not use
these commercially, or republish them on the web. Thanks!