Snow Poem

snow

I know I haven’t posted anything lately, but I’ve been doing a lot of writing. Hope to have books 3 and 4 out by the end of the year. While listening to the holiday classic “Baby It’s Cold Outside,” I came up with the following poem. Hope you enjoy it.

Freezing rain and thunder snow,
Blowing winds are on the go.
Ice and sleet on roads a bound,
Janus arrives in Richmond town.

Coastal flooding is threat
Beach erosion? Yes I bet
Power outage, there will be
Broken limbs and uprooted trees

Listen fast and heed my warning
Don’t go out on this frigid morning
To avoid the storm’s ire
Stay at home by friendly fire.

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