by Judy Loyd
Winter winds blow cold
As ice and snow the park enfolds
Snowflakes fall with winter’s bliss
And leave behind an icy kiss
But far Below, on a frosty night,
In a chamber lit by candlelight
There is warmth and so much love
Hidden from the world Above.
For here there lives a Family
And should you join us you’ll agree
That many search for such a quest
This gathering we call “Winterfest.”
We bid you welcome on this night
To sit beside our fire, so bright
And listen to a tale of old
So many times, by Father told.
Or sip a cup of hot mulled wine
From William’s hand before we dine.
And when the day begins to fade
Light a Winterfest candle Rebecca made.
And should you look most carefully
In a corner where few can see
A magical couple in leather and lace
Hold one another in a sweet embrace.
So be our guest... at our Winterfest!