RiRi S...


Big snowflakes fall,
icing the lake and ponds.
People going ice skating,
trying to be careful not to fall.

A really nice white sky,
with heavy snow coming out,
me and my cousins started to shout!
It's snowing, It's snowing! ! ! !

We go outside in the big,
heavy thick snow.
Playing snow ball fights,
making snow angels on the yard,
making lots of snow mans.
Than we get cold and can't move our hands.

It's bright and cold,
outside with my heavy jacket.
Winter is fun,
swith less sun.

Winter is always full of greetings,
all sorts of greeting,
winter is happy,
winter is hyper,
winter is crazy,
winter is loud!

It's all about fun,
and not thinking of education all the time.
You get more sleep and more time to play.

The snow comes down fast,
icing the roads, freezing the air.
People out with there shovels,
finally at last.

This is supposed to be about fun,
about everyone getting together.
Not fighting,
or whining.

I love snow,
one of my favorite seasons ever! ! ! ! ! !

Submitted: Monday, August 10, 2009
Edited: Monday, August 10, 2009

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