Tag Archives: winter

Gripes Of Spring

Winter’s behind us, at long, frigid last! The flowers are lagging, but catching up fast. Grab your complaint trunk and bundle ’em all in: Too cold, wet and dark–but pull out too much pollen.

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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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Delighted

Santa needs a lengthy night To make his schedule work out right, But maybe once his toys are here He’ll let a little light appear? I’m grateful for the gifts and all But I’m about fed up with Fall. Yo, … Continue reading

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Stupid Gainful Employment

Wednesday worked out, well, okay. The wind wiped all the rain away And left the sky a limpid blue, But I was stuck inside. Boo-hoo.

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Wimpathy

Stuck inside the house all day Perusing posts from far away Where blizzards rage and drifts enforce In-home entombment. Here, of course, It’s moderate with patchy blue. How come I’m on the sofa, too? Northeast weather’s wild, crazy; Northwest’s mild. … Continue reading

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Local Floorcast

There’s water falling all around As liquid till it hits the ground, When it solidifies like that. The sounds of freezing rain: “Whoop!” *splat*

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