Winter Poem

I'm Michaela George and I am 12 years old. I enjoy writing songs, stories, and poems. This particular poem is one I am using in an assignment for school. Its a sonnet about seasons, and how everything changes so rapidly.


© Michaela
Winter is cold, with gusts of tumbling snow
When rain falls down and nothing ever grows
For children itís the snow that they desire
And cups of co-co in front of the fire

When winters gone, the grass grows green again
Roses and Tulips sprout, with bright green stems
The bees are buzzing, the birds are singing
Sheep are grazing and cow bells are ringing

And then the sun starts to shine too brightly
Itís so hot that fans are put on nightly
And so then itís off to the beach or pools
Where people swim about just to keep cool

All the leaves on the trees turn golden-brown
And when on the ground make a crackly sound
In autumn a lot of money you make
For clearing backyards of leaves with a rake

Each season has its own goods and its bads
But since they are all different I am glad!


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Published: Aug 2008

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