The Snow Covered Oak

My branches are bare

I am blanketed in rich white robes

I as tall as a barn

As cold and lonely as a forgotten grave

I latch onto the thoughts of tire swings

Hands gripping

Feet dangling

I wait always for this day to pay me a visit once again

For I know the sun will rise again

butterflies will fly again

Children MUST play outside again

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