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Submitted:Feb 12, 2009    Reads: 168    Comments: 6    Likes: 2   

Graceful, elegant, silencing,

Hushing the world with it's fall,

An immeadiate silence,

And snow covers it all.

Joy would come to heart,

Hope for no school would rise,

But as it will be found out,

The snow will bring demise.

Trapped outside,

No way of getting in,

The snow freezes bodies,

And hunger makes the insides thin.

Die in the cold,

Feel the frostbite on your face,

Covering any remains of your body,

Nothing warm to embrace.


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