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GOD Blew on a snowflake...


GOD blew on a snowflake and blanketed New York

Unleashed a blizzard of epic proportions; a snow storm

Completely uncorked

Cars covered, shrubbery smothered, New Yorkers muttered

because the city was unprepared

Traffic stopped, emergency vehicles locked, leaving residents feeling
stranded and scared

Could you imagine snow stacked 6ft high which exploded from the sky
in an arctic blast

Froze the Apple to a complete halt; a city that's used to moving so fast

So many angles of stories will be reported, officials trying to explain what they simply couldn't begin to contain and GOD is still to be exhorted, when HE blew HIS breath on a snowflake and made a city shake

How did i become such an expert witness minute by minute?

Cause there is a place called Bed Stuy Brooklyn New York and i

was in it ! !

Submitted: Wednesday, December 29, 2010

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  • Rookie - 299 Points Adeline Foster (4/29/2011 4:51:00 PM)

    And how that snowflake multiplied! What a lovely way to express what was to some a disaster.
    Adeline (Report) Reply

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