By Susie Garber
Winter, you vicious wild beast.
On trampled greenery you feast.

Animals scurry from your wrath.
Plants shiver in your frozen path.

You howl and screech in the night
Thrashing, storming, you claw and bite.

Until soft spring subdues your might

Then at last, you take flight.

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