Chocolate Poems: 374 / 500

Jack Frosting

Rating: 5.0

In the bitter cold I can see my breath,
As the snowflakes cool my hot cheeks,
Gently settling in my clothes and hair.
I am headed to the car with a cake.
There'll be a festive party tonight!
My boots glide into the powdery fluff;
And I wonder if it'll ever stop snowing!
The evening sun is setting so very red;
And I can hear the whistle of a bird.
The night will be filled with laughter;
And the evening has scarcely begun.
A white rabbit bounds past the trees;
In a flurry of movement and snow spray.
Drifts now seem to cover all the world.
Though I admired the scene only a moment,
My chocolate cake has been frosted, too!

Jack Frosting
Sunday, October 25, 2020
Chocolate Poems: 374 / 500
Topic(s) of this poem: snow,sunset,fun,imagism,nature,scenic,beautiful,bird
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Photograph courtesy of Stux from Pixabay
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COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Varsha M 25 October 2020

And the frosting Is uncontrollable For its snowing I pulling my gloves Hop into my car Ah it's much cosier. This imagism perfection. Beautifully written. I actually imagined all. Admirations.

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Evelyn Judy Buehler 27 October 2020

Thank you so much for your kind words and admiration. It makes me feel wonderful. Best of wishes.

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L Milton Hankins 25 October 2020

A lovely presentation! The imagery is precise, and your pace is so nice. I suspect the cake is, too!

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Evelyn Judy Buehler 27 October 2020

Thank you for your kind compliments on my poem (and my cake) .

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