Poem: Kenai River Fog

Kenai River Fog

 

By Deborah F. Sounart, Kenai

Frosty morn o’er river run rises foggy dew

To drench bare limbs in frozen hues

Of winter white and sparkling light,

Played a deux alla arctic cue.

When through these icy prisms shine

Pure light, its beam refined;

Then fractured, broken, color woken,

Raiment wholly divine.

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