Elizabeth Wrobel

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I live in the Northwoods of Michigan where I spend my time with my head in the clouds writing and dreaming. One of my favorite poems is: A Poem in Your Pocket by Beatrice Schenk de Regniers. Long before there was a National Poem in your Pocket Day, I was carrying poems in my pocket. Real poems and poems I wrote myself. Now, I can call my poems real poems. They have been published in ezines, ... more »

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When snow falls,
The winter calls.
Time for snowmen to be built,
Time for sledding down the hill,
Making angels in the snow,
Making white fluffy balls to throw.
Then by the end of the day,
As the light begins to slip away,
The day becomes darker and the wind colder too,
You think of the hot chocolate waiting at home for you.

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