Ken e Hall

Rookie (Last Century / England-Now Australian Citizen)

Winter's Snowstorm - Poem by Ken e Hall

Nature hires her white winter coats
To still trees starkly dressed
Motion to the scene as wildlife notes.
Snowflakes settle on a Robins head blessed.

He pouts his red chest, not to blush
Rabbit stops wiggles his nose whisking snow,
Fuelled by the icy breeze’s push,
A flash from his eye’s and off he goe’s,

Synchronous vibrations of Mother Nature gropes
unleashing the resonant howls as the driving winds,
Fuel a snowstorm down the mountain slopes,
‘Neath overhang rocks the wolf packs huddle begins.

Unseen the movement of time holds its breath
For bears the whole winter in slumber,
Oblivious to an icy freezing death
Kept alive by their hibernating Jumper,

Clouds rush by with a lightning flash
As snow and sleet feeds the weathers vice,
Trees bend and fall with a splintered crash.
With several birds sealed in posterities ice.

Thunder cracks the whip in this freezing scene,
Thor declares enough is enough from the mountain tops,
Rumbles in the distance grow softer for white to go green,
Heralding a shaft of light appearing and the snow stops,
And a bird sings.


Comments about Winter's Snowstorm by Ken e Hall

  • Malaya RosesMalaya Roses (2/6/2011 5:55:00 AM)

    Superb narration about a snowstorm; reflection of the living things was described in details. Everything that relates towards the central idea are beautifully crafted and this is the poet's style that make him amazing.

    Salute for such creative imagination & knowledge about the snowstorm.10+
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  • David ThreadgoldDavid Threadgold (10/14/2008 10:00:00 AM)

    Hi Ken. Nature even in a snowstorm can be wonderful. and this poem is just that. thanks for the read. Regards Dave T (Report)Reply

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  • Martine Kolber (10/14/2008 4:11:00 AM)

    I like this one; -) Thanks for sharing!
    Take care,
    Martine
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 2, 2008

Poem Edited: Friday, April 10, 2009


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