Fog rolls in
On a perfect autumn day
Shrouding the land
In a blanket of mystery
The sun goes down
The world forced
To slow down
A deep dampness
Bringing a chill
Bone deep and weary
I long to slumber
In the warmth of you
Keeping the cold at bay
A fortress of
Our own making
Lassitude and dreams

Shroud"ed, a.

Provided with a shroud or shrouds.

Shrouded gear Mach., a cogwheel or pinion having flanges which form closed ends to the spaces between the teeth and thus strengthen the teeth by tying them together.


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