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Blizzard (Existing title different poem)

Poetry By: AquarianPoet

Poem about a blizzard

Submitted:Jan 9, 2014    Reads: 5    Comments: 1    Likes: 1   

Floating down and staying soft as it go,
The wind is blowing hard pushing it wildly.
Houses and buildings covered in snow,
Twists and twirls whistling loudly.
Pavements are slippery, frozen in ice,
Varieties of colors are gone only one in sight.
Nature is still beautiful and the view is nice,
But be prepared for a blizzardous night.
The snow is thick and it's inches high,
Chimneys filled with fire releasing smoke.
The breeze is cold, dense, and dry,
Don't go outside even with a coat.
Icicles hanging and views are blurred,
Snow trucks in motion clearing snow.
If you catch a cold get it cured,
You can get sick if you didn't know.


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