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When The Winter Finds Us (poem)

Updated on April 13, 2015

When the winter finds us in spring’s morning

Will the hearts of flowers still scent night

The rain of years may wash away the moments

The sun will shine in yet another day


And there we stand still holding hands with strangers

Wondering amid the precious flow

Whether we had wandered our youth wisely

Or whether we were victims of our fate


When the winter finds us in summer play

Will the days remain as vast and endless

Moments wanting more than moments of before

Till memories once treasured are confused


And there we stand believing in lost teardrops

Spending nights recapturing what was forgot

Wondering were we the lovers of long ago

Whose moonlight kisses missed moments like this


When the winter finds us in fall’s evening

Will the music still ignite past feelings

Eyes still hold on to what we hope is true

As things long familiar waive a goodbye


And there we stand looking at each other

A little closer yet lifetimes away

Wondering beyond all of the heartbreaks

Wandering miracles splendor come true


Kiss me one more time to make this moment

Kiss me one more time forevermore

And when we close our eyes to the seasons

Then the winter finds us in spring’s morning


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      Shauna L Bowling 2 years ago from Central Florida

      Very beautiful, Martin. This speaks of everlasting love, despite the fact that changes come about through life.