Falling Snow

Poetic_Pixel

 

White sheets from the sky,

Falling gently to the ground.

To go outside and look beyond,

To where it can be found.

 

Cities and plains covered,

In clean pure white.

People go out to play,

In winter’s delight.

 

Although that snow,

Will stay till morrow.

It can also bring,

Great pain and sorrow.

 

Causing great cold,

And blocking the street.

Freezing your body,

From head to feet.

 

We head inside,

When it’s time to go.

Wrapped in blankets,

And drinking cocoa.

 

We watch the snow,

Slowly melt away.

Until next time,

Our next snow day.

  • Author: Poetic_Pixel (Offline Offline)
  • Published: October 24th, 2018 14:22
  • Comment from author about the poem: Wow, another poem and you guys didn't have to have to wait a full year for it. Aren't I just an amazing poet? (Just kidding, I'm not the best LOL) Anyway, hope you guys enjoy my newest poem about the wonders about freshly fallen winter snow.
  • Category: Nature
  • Views: 15
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