Shoveling Snow - Poem by Vera Sidhwa
Ha, ha, I shoveled snow,
Then from the shovel,
Threw it all over you.
You smacked me with a snowball as large as a pumpkin.
We tangled up and mangled up,
And together rolled in the cold,
Andlaughed out loud,
Were we children or grown ups,
One of a kind.
We didn't care,
For these moments were fine.
So make a pumpkin sized snowball,
And hit me with it,
And I'll break it with,
A huge shovel through it.
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