Tag Archives: cold

Chill

This discontented winter’s pending End is near. We’ll soon be spending Well-lit evenings mowing lawns And grousing over early dawns And seeking shelter from the heat, Our shorts-clad thighs stuck to the seat Until the AC shudders on… Ten days. … Continue reading

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Winterwalk

The air is cold The moon is bright My fingertips Are turning white Enraptured by The sky above I must have dropped My stupid glove I’m on the porch I squeeze the key Can’t turn it, though I have to … Continue reading

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Reader’s Retreat

It’s white outside And cold I’ll look instead For warmth Inside my book

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Hibervacation

Freezing rain is on the way Parenthesized by snow and ice This blanket’s warm so here I’ll stay Hibervacationing sounds nice

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Flex Time

Don’t turn on the heater yet. Your nose is red, your clothes are wet, If freezing’s zero, it’s below. You can’t turn on the heater, though. You made a deal with PGE To cut back on your energy Consumption when … Continue reading

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Brain Freeze

I like to freeze my brain a bit. Not all, of course, but lots of it. The part I use when I’m at work Complains the most. That part’s a jerk. My party brain, however, cheers A toxic frost! I’ve … Continue reading

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Enough Already

Off to the hospital, sick with the flu: Bed rest and fluids will fix it for you. Back to the doctor, this time with a cold. Bed rest and fluids. That never gets old. Rushed to emergency! That was a … Continue reading

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