Sledding - an acrylic poem

December 29, 2012
By theatregirl PLATINUM, Lathrup Village, Michigan
theatregirl PLATINUM, Lathrup Village, Michigan
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Favorite Quote:
"To thine own self be true," -from Hamlet, a play by Shakespeare.
"I have sworn on the altar of god eternal hostility against all forms of tyranny over the mind of man." - Thomas Jefferson


Sledding
Lets you forget every thing, all your troubles and fears,
Everything
Dissapears and Disperse as you speed down the snowy
Incline
No one can worry while they're sledding,everyone just laughs as they
Go down the hill

Sledding
lets you feel like a kid again, it really does
Everyone feels young and adventurous when they’re sledding
Doesn't just bring joy to your heart?
I love the feeling of it brings
No can help put laugh and smile as they
Get them self all wet and cold as they conquer the hill like they first did when they were young


The author's comments:
Here's a short poem I wrote after going on my first sledding trio in 2 years ( I live in southeastern Michigan, around Detroit , and their been a snow fall significant enough to cover a sled hill). I hope you like it ! :)

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