God’s sprinkling of snowflakes on your front lawn
The delight of one unique creation landing on the tip of your nose
The frosty fingers and the blue toes
The dragon breath
Open your eyes to the splendor and delight of winter.
With the start of each new day and the smell of morning dew
Warm sheets rustling like the burning sugars of spinning cotton candy
Children’s bursts of laughter and the first smile of the new life
Favorite tunes flowing from the old radio in the kitchen
Open your eyes to the small surprises of spring.
The smell of the pink kissed watermelon on your lips
The white sunscreen caped noses on the sandy beaches
The blazing sun bronzing even the most sensitive skin
Laughing with old friends
Open your eyes to the joy and happiness of summer.
It’s the rusty colored leaves to jump in
The wind blowing kisses on faces
The business of a typical day
The cozy sweaters
Open your eyes to the beauty of fall.
About the Author:
Name: Makenzie Davis (Guest Columnist Editor for Clay Magazine)
How many years have you been apart of TPS?
This is my 7th year with TPS!
What classes are you taking with TPS this year?
U.S. History, English 4/5 British Literature and Composition, Theology Matters, and U.S. Government and Economics
What are a few of your hobbies?
Dance, piano, sewing, and horseback riding!