By Natalie Hardwick
Daylight breaks a soft twilight whisper,
The bitter winter breeze becomes chillier and crisper.
Winds whistles in the canopy of bare ebony trees,
as the branches move and harmony begins then the silence flees.
Snow heavily falls from the gloomy clouds above,
icicles glitter whilst jingling in twilight’s chilly love.
This is where the dusk orchestra performs,
The daytime animals quiet in their homes.
Owls and wolves in unit in song,
The oaks and the pines dance in unison.
The chimes of the cracking ice below,
Give voice to midnight and performs a magical show.
Rest well with winter’s snowy twilight melody,
For the show has only just begun.