Please take some time to read this very beautiful poem in response to Brenda's word prompt, 'Snowflakes' by Janis.
https://hubpages.com/literature/The-Mag … lakes-Poem
Thank you so much!!
Dear Janis, I enjoyed reading your wonderful hub. Thank you so much for sharing.
Blessings and Love to you!!
Beautiful response to the word prompt, Snowflakes.
You have very well captured the beauty of this natural phenomenon, through your poem. You have also pointed out about its troubles. Very well done. Watching snowfall is a beautiful experience.
I loved your pictures too.
Thank you for sharing.
Thank you Misbah for sharing this in the forum.
Best Wishes to you both.
What a wonderful response to the “snowflake” challenge. The was a delightful article and poem, Jan. Thank you for sharing, Misbah.
Thank you, John. I'm so glad it came together the way it did. I was up until the wee hours last night, in the writing zone. I have to remind myself that I can't do that anymore like I used to when I started at HP, lol! I'm glad you liked it.
Beautiful poem on snowflakes along with beautiful pictures. Loved them thoroughly and enjoyed going through them, Janis.
Thanks, Misbah for sharing her work.
What lovely memories you have Janis. I loved spending my early childhood in Wisconsin. Building snowmen, snow forts, having snowball fights was all a part of the fun. The spectacular images of fresh fallen snow can be breathtaking. I enjoyed your images. Thanks Misbah for sharing her work with us.
I love the picture in your article. You've captured that beauty in the sunlight...how it glistens.
You talk about the beauty as well as those perils that come along with Snowflakes.
Being stuck on the highway for hours is no fun.
It's always a good idea to keep that gas tank on full.
We recently just had our first significant snowfall of the season and my car doors are frozen.
A Winter Poem ~ "Snowflake Formations" is an excellent piece.
You capture that first moment we wait for with anticipation. The first snowflakes glistening in the snow.
How the nighttime is full of beauty.
( i love how it acts like a light at nighttime )
How a child forms a snowball & we catch a snowflake on our tongues.
How one snowflake soon becomes a blanket & then it disappears just as quickly.
Then we are left with memories until the next season has begun.
Great write. I'll post a link in the word prompt article.
Thank you, Brenda. Your summary made me smile. Glad you enjoyed it. I really enjoyed this word prompt. I appreciate all that you do.
You are so welcome.
Your words helped me to forget those bad moments like shoveling snow, my car doors being frozen & having to travel on those snow covered roads.
Have a great week.
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