Winter comes with frost and ice,
I wrap up tight, I’m not told twice,
Boots of fur and hats with ears,
Eyes that blink with frozen tears.
A cold that nips upon my nose,
Redning cheeks and numbing toes,
Breathe that freezes in plain sight,
Cotton candied trails of white.
Glass like shards that fall around,
Glittering mist that carpets ground.
Clean and crisp is winters warning,
Soon the snow will be adorning.