Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening ( After Robert Frost )

The path I walk is winter white
reflective on this moonlit night  
o're field and glade I slowly crept  
to not disturb or cause a fright  
the animals who might've slept  
had not I tread within my step
peaceful slumber deep in dreams  
by snapping wood of broken twig  
Startling their eve routines
in depth of burrow and trunk of trees  
or high in branch under sky
curled all warm with families
Woodland creatures far and wide
watched my trek with open eyes
questioned motives in their minds
but I just pause with wink and smile  
Written by Ahavati
Published | Edited 13th Nov 2018
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