For Sue Vincent’s #writephoto prompt and for dverse, a poem written in quatrains using the rhyming scheme of one of my favourite poems, Yeats’s ‘When you are old and grey’.
When crisp snaps frost at fall of winter night,
The trees fill with the sound of restless birds
That cannot put into our human words
Their anguish at the fading of the light.
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