Flurry of Frozen Fury MAG

By David Vanderheyden, Clarkston, MI

The hailstorm blew
However irrelevant it was
To the angry lashes it made
Across the rosy face
It bit small pieces
Of feeling away
Its frigidity
A buzzing sensation
On the permeable pores
Causing them
To give in
To the army of never-ending white
A crease crassly
On his weathered brow
A secondary thought
Spread Swiftly
To his chapped lips
Curling curtly into a
Comfortable Curve
He turned back to the door
Felt the welcoming warmth
Speedily and
Another day

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This article has 7 comments.

on Apr. 27 2009 at 1:53 am
KICK3593 PLATINUM, Roslyn Heights, New York
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Yes indeed, a poem of fury itself! Remarkable and individual. It goes without any drawling and it lightlessly flows into any international eye or ear. Anunexcusably great job

on Apr. 26 2009 at 5:25 pm
asiangurl... GOLD, Oshkosh, Wisconsin
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that was a great poem but what is needed a little more description or something to it,to keep my attention on it and other than that it was an awesome poem.keep it up

LilJ<3 GOLD said...
on Apr. 10 2009 at 11:07 pm
LilJ<3 GOLD, Gloucester, Virginia
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This was good. Keep It Up! You have a lot of Talent!

♥ Jackie

on Apr. 10 2009 at 6:19 pm
nice poem. i like it

on Apr. 10 2009 at 5:33 pm
sk8ski4life GOLD, Lincoln, Massachusetts
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Favorite Quote:
"Just because it's raining doesn't mean you can't go swimming."

this is such a great poem! i can feel everything you described. i loved the form of the poem too. keep at it!

NatalieB. GOLD said...
on Apr. 10 2009 at 5:08 pm
NatalieB. GOLD, Loudon, Virginia
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Favorite Quote:
Make your own lines, and color outside of them.

I think it is a very nice poem but you need to use more descriptive wordds, other than that its great!

on Apr. 10 2009 at 4:53 pm
Babybluelove1 SILVER, Clyde, Texas
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wow that was soo great it had soo moch voice and feeling how cold it was!


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