Vintage Nature Poem for Garden Journal, Framed Poetry, Scrapbooking or Graphic Design: Winter by Frederick Miller


Like a blushing maiden
Nature hides her face,
But by what she loses
Gains an added grace.
While the snowflakes thickly
Flutter through the gloom,
Let the dancing fire flames
Cheer our cosy room.
And though it be winter
We'll not think of sorrow,
For from friendship's hearthstone
Summer warmth we'll borrow.

The poem is enclosed within an illustrated border that shows three fluffy birds in their winter down huddled together on a branch of a tree thick with pinecones. Below the tree, at the bottom of the border sprigs of wild holly reach up, offering a cold weather bounty of luscious berries. You are welcome to download the free high-res 8.5" x 11.5" @ 300 ppi JPEG without a watermark for a garden journal, scrapbooking or graphic design project here. You could also print it out and frame it - it would make a nice gift to put atop someone's mantlepiece.

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