A Few Kids Poems Snow

Snow Storm


All day the old earth waited;

The clouds hung gray and low;

Then in the brief and sudden dusk

It began to snow --


Flake by soft, white, feathery flake,

Until the rusty, brown

Hedgerows and the apple trees

Were swathed in eiderdown.


And all the bare fields round about,

And every rounded hill--

It snowed that night, it snowed next day,

It snowed and snowed until

Away across the countryside,

As far as eye can see,

Were no familiar landmarks, where

A fence or bush should be.

Ethel Romig Fuller



Winter Poem


once a snowflake fell

on my brow and i loved

it so much and i kissed

it and it was happy and called its cousins

and brothers and a web

of snow engulfed me then

i reached to love them all

and i squeezed them and they became

a spring rain and i stood perfectly

still and was a flower

Nikki Giovanni

SNOW


Softly step onto the sheet,

Nose filling up, with blowing crystals deep,

Oh, such fun, to fill up a school off week,

White snow falling, still at my feet

D. Alsup



Happy Snow!

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Monika Squrrielflight Lictz 4 years ago

hi. i love this poem.


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BIGCSSHOP 4 years ago Author

Hi Monika Squrrielflight Lictz,

I'm so glad you stopped by and enjoyed the poetry. Have a great New Year!!

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