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Eventide in January
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By Lucia Kiersch Haase
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Eventide in January

Small rabbit tracks stand out aglow

in twilight's hue of periwinkle.

Amidst a gentle sprinkling snow,

a star or two begins to twinkle.


There's creaking of the barren trees-

in Winter's chill, the only sound

within the soothing, timely breeze

sent from the Heavens, earthenbound.


Reflecting in the icy stream,

there floats an incandescent moon;

an hourglass within its beam

tells morning is approaching soon -


when night for certain, beckons day

as it has been upon this earth,

in light of the Creator's way

since ancient times and hallowed birth.


A breeze to wind caresses me;

I harken to the twilight's hue

and praise the One who oversees-

this evening, and each day anew.

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Submitted: Monday, January 16, 2012

Last Updated: Monday, January 16, 2012

About the Poet
Poet and follower of Christ as a direct result of several spiritual experiences in my life.

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