In December

January 23, 2012
By William Seaman BRONZE, Fairfield, Connecticut
William Seaman BRONZE, Fairfield, Connecticut
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In December, you can ice-skate quickly, sliding across the frozen pond.
In December, it is snowing softly, falling on everything like white rain.
In December, the trees are growing leaves slowly, making them ready for spring.
In December, kids have fun happily, jumping and playing in the snow like bear cubs.
In December, you can feel the snow touching down, covering the world with a white blanket.
In December, you can taste the cold air blowing from tree to tree, making everything cold and dry.
In December, you can smell the maple dripping from a tree, so the farmers can make maple syrup for pancakes.
In December, you can hear the wind, swishing through the leaves of trees.
In December, the trees smile at you, wishing for it to be summer.
In December, the snow falls softly, crunching when cars go by.
In December, it is icy and cold, but it is still the best month!

The author's comments:
This is an imitation of In December by Cynthia Rylant

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