This card, bordered with a scalloped border of white, embossed designs, depicts images of birds flying amongst flowers against a background of color gradations from grey to blue. The center cameo image depicts a young boy sitting on a stool, dressed in blue and beige, while a young girl, holding a bouquet, is standing next to him. She is dressed in shades of pink. The sender of the card modified the card with a personal, handwritten note, attached to the card with a purple ribbon. The text beneath the cameo image reads: Ah, not alone when Spring is smiling,/Ah, not alone when Summer reigns,/Our love shall last when days are waning,/And Winter holds the earth in chains./What if the sun its beam is hiding./Thine eyes give light enough for me;/What if Summer flowers have faded,/Whilst roses in they cheeks I see./In the white snow that falls from heaven/Thou type of my pure love shalt know;/And Winter's hand that stays the river,/Shall my love's perfect strength forthshow./For in our hearts, whilst love is glowing,/And everlasting sun doth shine,/And Winter's crown of gleaming crystal/Shall sparkle in its light divine.