A Few Kids Poems Snow
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
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
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
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