A Quadrille Glow

I originally saw this challenge on Parralax maintained by PVCann.

Lilian at dVerse has invited Paul to write a quadrille (44 words) using the word glow (or a form of that word).  Paul challenged us to use Glow in a Quadrille poem of our own.

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This was my response to Paul’s challenge.

A candle’s glow
Streetlights through snow
Hitting our faces
As we wander slow
Smelling the scent
Of fir and pine
On windows, doors
And one street sign
Ringing bells
Sound in our ears
Accompanying the carolers
As they draw near
Christmas shortly to arrive
Hope’s glow will surive.

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