Snowday Spent at Home

Thanks to Geraldine of My Poetic Path for this week’s prompt, a winter’s day.

Quiet days at home;
Snow has fallen, temps still low,
Sharp northeast wind blows.
We keep the wood stove going
As we converse, eat and play.

As snow is blowing
I’m bustling ’round the kitchen
Making fruit dumplings:
My way to make things cozy,
Time for coffee and dessert!

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15 Responses to “Snowday Spent at Home”

  1. Beth P. says:

    Really liked these 2 poems–really felt the warmth coming from you and your home!!

    Thanks for stopping by the Virtual Tea House too…

    Enjoying your site–I’ll be back!

  2. Pam says:

    Your poems brought in so much warmth to this cold day.

  3. Tumblewords says:

    Warm and charming – the epitome of a winter day at home!

  4. zoya gautam says:

    “It is lovely to be inside your home for these stanzas on this cold winter morning”
    A Very Merrry Christmas!
    & Many Thanks..