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Poetry Pleases: Winter Tune

William Ruleman's poem reveals in wondrous brevity that a winter tree, the tuneful bluster of Winter winds, bear tribute to the quest for goodness of their Maker.

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Shreds of shrouds blend into the blue
Behind the gnarled but glinting limbs
That cup like hands to take the true
Communion of this day while hymns
Of winds convey a spirit that limns
A seam in the soul that makes one gasp
In wonder at how He scrapes and trims
Away at sin with his chill, clean rasp.


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