Neil Siskind’s Poetry

Warm in the Cold

I dress for the air that is frigid and brisk
I’m layered with thought, to avoid any risk
The frost and the flakes hardly breach my defense
The wind I can’t block is what makes me most tense
I’ve prepared best I can as the winter takes hold
I prepare- toes to hair- to stay warm in the cold

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