It Came From the West

March 12, 2008
By jasmen khan, New York, NY

It came from the west

that powdery white pest

It fell on the rooftops of red brick houses

It blew itself next to the little small mouses

It went through town

Going around and around

People asleep, Children asleep

No one around to see or peep

Who is it and why are you here?

Blowing strong winds to give us great fear

All of a sudden it is gone

the sun comes up and it dawn

It has left it’s whiteness behind

Did he just leave it to fool our minds?

The next thing you know

white is here, there, everywhere

I pick some up and throw it in the air

What is this called I haven’t seen it before

This is snow my friend,

This is snow my dear!!

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