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Author Name: Freevictor69 7 Comments
Date Added: April 30, 2013 18:04:56 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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The power of a snowflake
I watch the lonely snowflake
fall slowly to the ground
so delicate, so beautiful
no menace meant
no sound
 
A smile forms upon my lips
i know what is too come
panic buying, traffic jams
no busses, trains
no fun
 
I'm far too old for snowball fights
the cold gets too my bones
days off sick, tucked up in bed
headaches, moans
and groans
 
I hate that lonely snowflake
i wish id never seen it fall
i'd like to live in some
far off place, where
it never snows at all
 

Author's Notes:
I wrote this in Jan...but misplaced it (OK i lost the darn thing!)
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Comments:
Comment By: FreeLast Temple Knight on October 2, 2014 02:51:03 PM Report

All it takes is something so small and delicate yet the 'maturity' of man seems to fall apart in panic.

Winter isn't so bad for me, but it is a pain when the people around me act as if it was 'end of times'. Joe

Comment By: FreeRyoko on September 4, 2014 03:48:34 PM Report
My dad hates snow, but I like it.
Comment By: FreeLeonard Wilson on November 21, 2013 03:41:30 PM Report
Wonderful thoughts, both good and bad about snow...I never knew snow until I moved to Central Washington. I found it beautiful the first few winters, then all I saw was a hinderance to getting anywhere...hee hee...len
Comment By: PremiumJoe McNinney on July 13, 2013 01:50:43 PM Report
Well mate, we are glad you found it and put it where it belongs! Terrific piece of writing!
Comment By: FreeDevilish Minx on May 8, 2013 12:15:42 AM Report

Move to Texas...if we get snow it melts the next day, lol. I really enjoyed this piece Mr. Filthy...reminds me of home (Chicago), and dealing with the sloppy slushy streets day in and day out all winter long. Although I do not miss it at all, it was nice to reminisce about home...

Minxy :-)



Comment By: FreeKymberly Donn on May 2, 2013 03:20:40 PM Report

ROFL!! This is AWESOME John! So good to see you posting something again. Missed you!

 

~Kym~

Comment By: FreeDean on May 2, 2013 03:45:14 AM Report
This is a pleasing and an enjoyable read. First stanza sounded like a romance with a snowflake. Great observations in the middle stanzas, and the romance is lost in the end. I get snowbound at least for a week every year, and next time I will remember this poem to read:), ~Dean




 


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