The Dirigible Balloon
Poetry for Children

Winter Feels

Eyes closed,
Snowflakes tickle my nose.

Hats hug,
Keep the ears snug.

Running free,
Towards the Christmas trees.

Snow falls,
Frozen feet will thaw.

Lights flash,
Metal sleighs will dash.

Coats drop,
Boots drip with slop.

Hot-chocolate warms,
Marshmallows melt and transform.

Cozy jammies,
Time spent with family.

Santa nears,
There’s nothing to fear.

Winter hovers,
Tucked tightly under covers.

About the Writer

Stephanie Henson

Stephanie lives with her family in Southeastern, Pennsylvania, but is originally from Central, New Jersey where she studied Communications at Rider University. Her background is in advertising/marketing and most of her writing experience is through those professional roles. Writing and storytelling has been her passion for a long time. A short children's story she wrote was selected for publication by Glittery Literary, an article was featured in Parakeet Magazine’s inaugural issue and she has had several poems published by The Dirigible Balloon. She enjoys reading, theatre, mindless web searching, Netflix binges, sunflowers, sports and anything related to coffee!