An interesting poem of perspective about snowflakes and moonlight – just ran with it in this design.  Reminds me of just sitting at the window peering out when the snowflakes are falling, all quiet and still – just the motion of the flakes and the moonlight.

There are five different coloration designs for this Poem, which are identical otherwise.

Poem

Winter’s Eyes

I see the world through Winter’s Eyes,
Snow that comes down in flakes of white.

I see the world through Winter’s Eyes,
Faceless shadows that seem to pass me by.

The world is pure and without spot,
I look toward the Heavens and see the endless sky.

I see the innocence and do not question why,
The moonlight shines bright against the snow.

I see this light and in my heart I know,
That I will always be safe, here within the cold.

The rest see darkness, but I will forever see light,
Even when the world above forever seems to cry.

I find my peace when it is well within the night,
Color even sometimes turns to black and white.

For I am in mine own perfect world,
Since I began to see the world through Winter’s Eyes.

by Courtney Danielle Turner | February 17, 2012

 

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