Curves in the Road in Winter by Shaunelius Sterns (Friday Night Poetry Corner #281)

Good evening everyone, and welcome to another Friday Night Poetry Corner. Tonight I am featuring a wonderful writer, with a different style of poetry that I am sure you will find creative and fascinating. Shaunelius Sterns, and her poem called “Curves in the Road in Winter.” Please visit her page and read more of her works. You seriously doubt you will be disappointed.

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Where Will the Curves Take You?

Winter snow blows in unexpectedly on a cold winter day turning the sky from white to gray. Flurries cascade down softly as the trees stand still catching everyone that falls. The chill in the breeze freezes the ground leaving black ice on the road.

What can one do except dream of driving to a place where it is warm and snow free. Where does the curve lead? What awaits one beyond it? Snow graces everything beautifully, but the green in the trees can still be seen, they never took their winter’s nap until Spring.The grass that sleeps beside the road which curves to an unknown destination relaxes under the white blanket quietly. Nothing crawling in and out to disturb it; must be blissful.

One never knows when snow is going to blow in and leave her white powder all over everything for us…

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2 thoughts on “Curves in the Road in Winter by Shaunelius Sterns (Friday Night Poetry Corner #281)

  1. Oh, she is also a published author whose name is in the library of Congress in Washington DC. Her first published book, My Life From the Back Burner by La”Brea Aquaria, which is also her pen name. You can find it on

    *Just more additional info 😊


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