Winter wears her charms.
At two below, with fresh snow.
Warms cold hearts and souls.
Take those bright flowers.
Even if they last an hour.
Tonic for your soul.
I should have asked for some comfort and joy.
Instead Santa brought me a new squeaky toy.
So I stole Mom’s scarf. Don’t you think I look nice?
I may do it again. Without thinking twice!
May this New Year’s keep you warm.
I hope your roads are in good form.
If partying is not your style.
Just grab a blanket, for a while.
Then grab some treats. They’ll do the trick.
Just watch at midnight. Your hand I’ll lick!
Winter has its charms.
Still wicked winds will disarm.
This day take it slow.
Santa loves those furry friends.
He thinks they’re extra nice.
He searched his bag and found them treats.
Without even thinking twice!
Late fall has her charms.
Some hints of sun will disarm.
Branches raise in joy.