The Winter Sky

The winter world is cold—

and withered and old—

the trees droop, still and bare,

in the scathing air,

clothed only in gray loss—

mourning the leaves lately buried with the frost.

But the sky is soft as mother-love

for children wounded of life—

it is older than the cold

and beautifully, gently bold.

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