Snowflakes

A snowflake meanders to the ground
To land as soft as feather down
These crystals fragile, cold and white
Can blanket every thing in sight

Natures marvel quite unique
A surgeons skill could not compete
A scene of beauty, a wonderful sight
An artists dream, a childs delight

Natures playground full of fun
Soon will bring the mid-day sun
And even as the sun draws near
The snowflakes start to disappear.




Poetry by penfold18
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Written on 2005-11-29 at 10:32

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Nordigarden
Right now I'm sitting i Norway seing the snow falling to the ground - and it's exactly falling the way you're describing. Fortunately for me and other people in Norway this snow will not disappear when the sun starts to shine.
Wonderfull poem.
2005-12-06


Vixen's Cub
Absolutely beautiful as always. It projects a wonderful picture for people like myself who have never seen snow. :). Wonderful.
2005-12-02


Black Knight
When you catch a snowflake on a hand and it thaws, leaving a small droplet of water and then absolutely disappears, it compels to reflect about a transitoriness of existence...
Just a little of philosophy :)
Thanks for another beautiful poem.
2005-11-30