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Winter Fantasy
by Teresa M Walker

Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Fantasy of a little girls mind in the winter


Winter Fantasy

Riding in a horse drawn sleigh, many years ago,
Amidst a winter wonderland, of freshly fallen snow.
My mind began to focus, on a time when I was young,
On a little girl named Sweet Pea, and her quest to have some fun.
We played beneath the branches, of a giant evergreen tree,
Making mud pies and snow ice cream, as we sipped our cups of tea.
Wintertime had us encompassed, within our own glass globe,
Shielded by snow filled branches, were two within its fold.
Playing with our dollies, as we sang our made up songs,
Dancing with each other, while winter winds sang along.
Winter days were soon over and Sweet Pea would go away,
But I knew each wintertime, she would come again to play.
A cold wet tear upon my cheek, with the jerk of a horse drawn sleigh,
Filled me with the memories, of winter fantasy of yesterday.

(c) By Teresa Bellamy Walker 

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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 8/11/2014
Your lovely and evocative verses brought me back to my childhood and special winter times, Teresa. Thank you for sharing this gift. Love and best wishes,

Regis
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 1/12/2013
nicely done!
Reviewed by steve Chering 10/26/2012
Captured special memories need to be released into the world like this because then, they last forever. Maybe that's why we write. Who knows?
Reviewed by Richard King 6/6/2012
As a general rule, old memories only get better with time, as would appear to be the case this time.

Well penned. Dick
Reviewed by JMS Bell 5/17/2012
BEAUTIFULLY DONE WITH GREAT IMAGERY. THANKS FOR SHARING. LOVE, BLESSINGS AND FAITH...JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 5/16/2012
What a wonderful poem of childhood remembrance. While I never experienced most of the things you wrote about here, I had a wonderful time whenever it snowed or we got snowed in.

While they were readily available, I never took a horse-drawn sleigh ride.

Ron



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