Micron


snow fall


Snowflakes have fallen overnight all around
Creating this icy landscape which we woke and found
Crocus buried and trees frozen covered in white
Branches twigs all frozen still as if in fright
Large cotton flakes land on your clothes and hair
Foggy mist from your breath in the cold of the air
Green grass brown earth turned glistening sparkling white
This frozen landscape makes you gasp at its fantastic sight

Submitted: Sunday, February 22, 2009

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