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Triolet to Winter Solstice

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image link from today’s The New York Post

The Word of the Day Challenge is wonder. Today’s offering is a triolet to honor the Winter Solstice coming up tomorrow.  Per The New York Post, this one will have both a full moon and a meteor shower.  How’s that for doing it up right.  Thank you cosmos!

 

Winter solstice wonder, this darkest night

Put to rest long freezes, short days, and death

Time to welcome back some warmth, life, and light

Winter solstice wonder, this darkest night

Urge Sol, travel back to our world of white

Bring warmth to digits, take frost from our breath

Winter solstice wonder, this darkest night

Put to rest long freezes, short days, and death

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