A winter alliterative poem, Winter’s Window, provides the reader with an image of one of nature’s masterpieces.
Winter Alliterative Poem
HaveÂ you experienced the vision of looking through winter’s window after clouds have cleared andÂ the moon shinesÂ down on the freshly fallen snow? If you have, you’ll be able to relate to the peaceful, delicately beautifulÂ scene I attempted to create in my newest alliterativeÂ poem, Winter’s Window.
And, for those who haven’t had the pleasure of such a surreal moment, may a Winter’s Window let you envision what we in the North look forward to after the snow has settled for the night.
aÂ winter poem using alliteration
opens to nature’s
silvery stars signal
snow’s silently slipping away
illuminate a winter wonderland
delicate diamonds silently settle
in a white blanket of lustrous lights
swirling winds whisper
gentle gestures of welcome
creatures awaken to the sun’s golden glow
morning makes its mellifluous appearance
Â© 2011 Barbara R Johnson
~ Nana’s Corner ~
Great use of alliteration here, this is fun to read.