With Summer nearly over, but temperatures remaining rather high, it's time to bring a small chill to your bones. For those who count down the months until the year's first snowfall, this poem is for you.



A swirl of the wind

  On a cold, frosty night


The moon in its splendor

  Shining full and beaming bright


Layers of snow, four feet high

  Group of snowmobiles zooms loudly by


Large flakes fall from the sky

  Glistening on the ground and adding height


Shattered treetops covered in white

  Makes the winter a beautiful sight.


Unpublished work @ copyright 2016 Nancy M. Rollins




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