Snow Dream - Poem by Alan Ingranazzio
Out of doors high snowdrift lies all around.
Hidden inside could never be found.
This came to my mind in cloudy day,
When hide and seek we began to play.
I hid myself and could thole a shroud of snow
And soon I fell asleep and I saw
Myself at home in parent's embrace.
When I was awoke, was already dark,
And a big dog was licking my face.
I ran after him to the city park
Proposing him to play,
But my new friend had another plan
And decided to run away.
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