BLOGMAS DAY 15- When Frosty Met Rudolph Poem

BLOGMAS DAY 15- When Frosty Met Rudolph Poem

Time to share another poem with you all, and this time it’s not one of my own. This beautiful poem ‘When Frosty Met Rudolph‘ is written by Courtney Johnson, who’s one of my closest friends. I hope you all love this poem as much as I do!

 

 

When Frosty Met Rudolph

 

He appears at dawn with a pebble smile,

his scarf blows shyly in my direction.

A faint tap on the glass we talk a while,

my nose shines brighter in his reflection.

 

Days pass fast, the factory alive with work,

we sneak to the window and whisper quick.

Each brief moment with his sweet icy chirp,

makes me feel warmer than the old Saint Nick.

 

We meet skin to skin late on Christmas Eve,

us tangled bow of coo heat and lust.

Too soon the bells sound and it’s time to leave,

a lifetime of snow would not be enough,

 

But when I return he cannot be found,

just a pebble smile and scarf on the ground.

 



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Nawww! Classic Courtney! This is so lush. X


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