Fall Back, Spring Ahead

The snow caps cloud the molten misty mounds
In ever-reaching wintried wisps of white
As on I plough past clever leaching clowns
To hurdle through the thickness of the night.

The freezing cold enveloping my soul
Is thawing 'midst th'appear'nce of the sun
Which radiates a hope unholy whole
And stimulates what love has just begun.

The slipp'ry roads which exited my plight
Have caught me falling more than once I fear.
Yet now they've cleared, relieving me my fright,
To place my goals, obstruction-free, in gear.

Yes, all that's past is now hilarity,
Now fathom I reversed polarity....

Austerlitz, NY
8 April 2007