Cicely Fox Smith
Winter Pleasures - Poem by Cicely Fox Smith
Not for me.
I do not find amusing.
I would go a long way
Rather than sleigh.
I will construct an abominable snowman
For no man.
In short, though I am told
It is very healthy to be cold,
I consider ice
Far from nice.
And to the question, “Do you like snow?”
My answer is definitely “No!”
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