A Christmas Tree.

by William Burford

Star,
If you are
A love compvsannte,
You will walk with use this year.
We face a glacial distance, who ave here
Huddled
At your feet.

[See/read the original. Newton Poetry will be settling down for a long winter's nap. Have a great holiday weekend, everyone, especially if it's a four-day one like mine. Give Newtons as gifts!]

3 comments.

  1. Why do you think that the word “huddled” is spelled incorrectly? For what purpose do you think the author did this?

  2. this is spelling is HORRIBLE. it should be:
    star
    if you are
    a love compassionate
    You will walk with use this year.
    We face a glacial distance, who are here
    Huddl’d
    At your feet.

  3. and should be in shape of a tree

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