Snow Poem

This poem, written by a thirteen year old girl, is about a winter with something missing. The girl in the poem expresses that there's everything about winter except for the most exciting one-snow. But then when the snow falls, everything's practically perfect.

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A Winter Surprise

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Published: March 2013

The lakes are covered with ice;
Our trees are full with frost.
It seems as a good nice winter,
but one thing, one thing is lost.

~The Snow-The Snow-The Snow!

The fireplace is a cracklin',
the moon is full and bright.
The stars are just there twinklin',
It seems as a perfect night.

But what is there missing?
Maybe the perfect sound?
Nothing but the wind gusts,
blowing the snow around.

The fire goes out;
the babies start cryin',
The wind picks up;
I start smilin'.

Could it be?
Finally some snow!?
I looked out the window to see a dimming glow.
I drank my hot chocolate,
which warmed my body.

Then, like a lion, I jumped into bed,
and slept.

When the light had shown in,
I sprung out of bed.
So quick, she heard me, my mom said.

I looked outside, and saw no brown.
The ground was bright!
The ground was white!

Whiter than the whitest of rice,
Whiter than the cotton like clouds of the sky.

Maybe, just maybe, winter would be pretty nice!

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