Read Poem: Winter, by Frank A. Ruffolo

Sunlight breaks through leafless limbs
Silhouetting sky.
Jack’s breath numbs the diamond dew
As south the birds did fly.
Winter’s grey will take its toll
On the unsuspecting few.
As sunlight ebbs from lifeless limbs
And Jack’s breath numbs the dew.

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