Raining Snow - Poem by Sylvia Chidi
There was once a little town
Where it rained only heavy snow
The town was consumed by sadness
It kept snowing a fortress
of never ending madness
'Raining snow, pour down and go'
They would say
'All you do is make us feel low'
Winter has never been our friend
Coldness is the only message it sends
Rivers turn into blocks of cold ice
Everyone is everything but nice
Obstacles hit us not once but thrice
Why shower us with such a price?
The raining snow replied,
'If you all just unite as one,
Your warmth alone will melt the ice'
Copyright 2005 - Sylvia Chidi
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