The Winter Sea

The birds are gone, The ground is white,
The winds are wild, They chill and bite;
The ground is thick with slush and sleet,
And I barely feel my feet.

Winter Poems

A day in January

22 Comments on “The Winter Sea

  1. Brrr… ¡Qué frío! Pero bueno, el invierno es así, sólo hay que abrigarse bien al salir de casa. La foto es preciosa. Un abrazo, Hanna<3

    • Querida Magnoliae. Fue un día precioso y no tan frío como lo ha sido hoy. Se puede ver los témpanos de hielo en la mañana en mi blog 🙂
      Un fuerte abrazo,
      Hanna

  2. Goodness, that looks a bit severe! Temperatures seem to be plummeting across Europe. We’re hanging on to warmth down here in the Algarve for just a bit longer. 🙂

    • It is extremely sensible, Jo. Enjoy the warmth and a sea without ice 🙂
      Wish you happy days ❤

  3. Bellísima foto, Hanna y bonitos versos.
    Por aquí también hace frío en las madrugadas y comienza a haber heladas. Es un invierno extraño, aún no hay nieve, el cielo azul y la sequía es grande.
    Un abrazo

    • Dear Isabel. Thank you for your nice compliment. The weather is also strange in Denmark.
      Maybe La Niña has made its foray!?
      All the best,
      Hanna

  4. Congratulations. This is wonderful captured, Hanna. I love ice sculptors. The art of winter and perfect with the poem. Today we had a terrible day with black ice. Now I am looking too for the spring season 🙂
    All the best,
    Stefan

    • Hi Stefan. Ice sculptures tend to surprise me. Suddenly you see them in the shallows and often they have taken the utmost care 🙂 It’s like getting an unexpected invitation to a coveted vernissage.
      Thanks a lot for your lovely comment,
      Hanna

    • Thank you, Peggy. It is incredible ice sculptures that is formed when the waves roll onto the seashore. I can walk for hours enjoying them if it wasn’t so cold.
      Wish you joy at completely different latitudes 🙂
      Love,
      Hanna

    • Very cold I would say 🙂
      First storm, then flooding and then huge frost as if it were to prevent the water from flowing back.
      But it looks amazing!!

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