Ballad of the Snowman and the Heat

March 26, 2010
By kenxoxo24 BRONZE, Wayne, Pennsylvania
kenxoxo24 BRONZE, Wayne, Pennsylvania
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Ballad of the Snowman and the Heat

In the morning I woke to a
Unexpected surprise.
The pristine white blanket of snow
Covered woodland outside.

I race down the hard wooden steps,
And out the cold front door.
I stare out into wonderland,
Excitement reaches my core.

Recalling friendship of snowmen past,
I start to build you.
Rekindling the memories,
A friendship to debut.

One by one, I construct you out,
One, two, three, you’re alive!
The Déjà vu overcomes me.
Our past kinship survives.

That night I slept well contented.
I awake with the sunrise.
Birds are tweeting melodic tunes,
Again, sun cause early demise.

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This article has 2 comments.

jskunes said...
on Apr. 19 2010 at 12:49 pm
You are very creative and I love the poem.  Hope you continue to write more like this.

tsierer said...
on Apr. 19 2010 at 9:23 am
Great work! Keep em coming...

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