No Place I’d Rather Be

More of Our Canada - - Writer's Block - Brit­tney Lalonde, Fort Mcmurray, Alta.

Colours in the sky, so mag­i­cal and bright. So much beauty in our coun­try on this cold, win­ter night.

Danc­ing and shin­ing, putting on a show, those north­ern lights, giv­ing off a magic glow.

Lights as red as em­ber, and green like our pine tree, win­ter­time in Canada, there’s no place I’d rather be.

Snowflakes sparkling as they float to the ground, the snow crunch­ing un­der my feet, oh how I love that sound.

Snow-cov­ered trees, sway­ing with ab­so­lute grace, the crisp win­ter air puts a smile on my face.

Crys­tal ice spears so sim­ple but stun­ning, but when they start to drip, you know spring is coming.

When win­ter turns to spring, some are sad to see it go, there’s beauty in our coun­try for ev­ery sea­son, though.

Danc­ing and shin­ing, putting on a show, those north­ern lights, giv­ing off a magic glow.

Lights as red as em­ber, and green like our pine tree, win­ter­time in Canada, there’s no place I’d rather be.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Canada

© PressReader. All rights reserved.