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Had no snow to speak of in October and usually we get the snow that stays the end of October. Now I was watching the snow fall gently outside the window and it inspired this . Hope you all like it.
Frozen rain comes misting down,
Forming frost and crystals.
Sparkling like diamonds,
On the trees, the grass, the thistles.
It ushers in the winter snows,
That blanket all around,
Weighing down Fir branches,
Though they make not a sound.
No pitter patter as the drops,
Fall on my window pane.
No tap, tap, tap upon the walk,
As with the summer rain.
Harvest time is over now.
The fields are frosted white,
As Jack Frost covers everything,
In glistening sheets of ice.
Soon the mist turns into flakes,
That gently float to ground,
Making all a pristine white,
As the Snow Queen dons her crown.
Copyright © Judy Ball | Year Posted 2018