Nature Poem for Kids

I am an 11-year-old poet, illustrator, author, and spelling-bee enthusiast. I have been writing poems since I entered 4th grade at my new school, but I have been writing stories all my life. I love to fall asleep with my nose in a book! I wrote this poem last winter and my little sister loves it.

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Snow white fluff We've had enough Gracefully flowing While it's snowing Angry piles left by plows All of the horrays turn into growls!

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Winter, Winter

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Published: March 2013

Winter, Winter,
can you see?
You mean a whole
lot to me!

Winter, Winter,
do you know
I love the fluffy
pure white snow?

Winter, Winter,
you're turning snow into ice.
Winter, Winter,
that's not very nice!

Winter, Winter,
you're a big show.
We make snow people
'til it's time to go!

Winter, Winter,
there are angels on the ground.
Winter, Winter,
they're all around!

Winter, Winter
it's Christmas Eve.
Winter, look
at our beautiful trees!

Winter, Winter,
make it snow
So that Santa
can come and go!

Winter, Winter,
come right up!
Come have some hot cocoa
in a cup!

Winter, Winter,
don't go away.
I really, really
want you to stay!

Winter, Winter,
I know you must go,
but before you do,
make one last snow!

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  • Paula C. Hill by Paula C. Hill, Lancaster
  • 6 years ago

Snow white fluff
We've had enough
Gracefully flowing
While it's snowing
Angry piles left by plows
All of the horrays turn into growls!

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