Member Reading: Judith Anne Moody’s FEBRUARY SUNSET

February Sunset

Judith Anne Moody

The wind is blowing this day away

Feathered fingers of birch all a-flutter.

Father spruce gestures, his voice just a mutter

Explaining the ebb of the day.

Blankets of pink cloud the sun can borrow

As parting he flings his last ray.

Lovely soft end to a grey, snowy day

Blow wind, and bring me tomorrow.

Click the “start arrow” below to hear the audio of this poem:
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One Response to Member Reading: Judith Anne Moody’s FEBRUARY SUNSET

  1. Wonderful! Absolutely wonderful!

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