Erik Estabrook is a high end Autistic young man who writes very heartwarming poetry and he also has a Blog Radio show where he interviews people and has them read their writing. He also reads his own poems there. An earlier poem of his about rude treatment of autistic people is on my hubpage and is Featured on



Erik Estabrook

White wool in the sky,

Why does winter woe always tempt to purge a valentine?

The sky no longer speaks in blue cascades,

It speaks now in tones of courage and strength,

As chicks break through their white shells,

I think of silver bells, and Christmas away from huddled displays

and landscapes of grey

Winters promise has been a long-taught one,

Of forgiveness, atonement, and the son rising up,

Every doe looks better around white, and cold toes/feet

don't stamp out the delight,

Christmas brings a golden glow,

One that's shown with snow blushes,

All the lights, all the winter home touches,

Winters promise is a spring hearts percussion.

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peachpurple 4 years ago from Home Sweet Home

beautiful poem. Great for christmas time. beautiful hub

Erik Estabrook 4 years ago

thank you peachpurple, I'm glad you enjoy my work, Robert has been posting some great christmas poems by other poets that I know as well. I hope you'll check them out as well if you haven't already.

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ROBERTHEWETTSR 4 years ago from Louisville, Kentucky Author

Thank you Peach Purple and Erik for leaving comments for this great poem. Erik we will be watching for more of your work.

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always exploring 4 years ago from Southern Illinois

This is so beautiful. Thank you for sharing,,

Erik Estabrook 4 years ago

your very welcome

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Rosemay50 4 years ago from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand

A beautiful poem. I love this line 'The sky no longer speaks in blue cascades'.

I always think of winter as a purifying ready for new life come spring

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