World Poems Writer's Corner Short stories Contact Us Art Arena
Poetry Site Map Guest/Visitor's Book

Easter Snow

A Poem by:

Eithne Cavanagh

Colourful Bar


Copyright shall at all times remain vested in the Author. No part of the work shall be used, reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the Author's express written consent.

You give me

an Easter egg

in a cheeky

spring flowered

cardboard box

incongruous this day

of late snow,

our wanderings

shake crystal



my tears

blanket fallow land.

You wrap me

in your comfort.


Your gift


as the snow

must yield

to the stir

of reborn snowdrops'

push through

moist darkness

craving light.


Eithne Cavanagh
Copyright © 2002

The poets will appreciate your Feedback.

Please feel free to Add your comments.

Please Add Your Comments

Eithne Cavanagh's Homepage

Return to top

Golden Pen Poets

Eithne's Homepage

Top of page

Golden Pen Poets

Copyright © 2002 K. Kianush, Art Arena