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    WINTER by Brian Rosenberger
    November 11, 2008  Poetry   Tags:   

    They say Winter doesn’t forgive

    Gospel, true as the grave is cold

    But it does forget

    Eyes snow blind with hope, believing

    The lies told with frozen breath

    A blizzard of desperation

    Lies like everything is under control,

    No cause for alarm, do not panic,

    We are safe

    False reality melts with

    Spring time thaw

    Truths now revealed

    Their prisons of ice melted

    Now rivers of freedom

    The Dead of Winter

    Resume their stunted march

    Their frost bitten victims

    The dead of Summer

    If they survive that long


    Bio: Brian Rosenberger lives in the suburban wilds of Marietta, GA and is active in the Adopt-A-Bigfoot program, a volunteer organization concerned with the care and rescue of this unrecognized endangered species. Additional information about Brian and his other inhumanatarian efforts can be found at http://home.earthlink.net/~brosenberger.


    1. Hey Brian,

      Loved it man, real skill in summing up the the horrors of a zombie spring in just a few lines. Look foirward to reading more.

      Comment by Peter McCarthy on November 19, 2008 @ 4:55 pm

    2. Thanks for the comment. More to come.

      Comment by Brian on November 29, 2008 @ 9:39 pm

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