Today’s Snow


Today I watched it snowing,
The road no longer showing,
And as the wind was blowing,
The flakes were coming down.

Today may be disarming.
Some souls find it alarming.
But I just find it charming,
The way it paints the town.

Tomorrow may be trouble,
If ‘cumulations double,
There’ll a lot to shovel –
my sidewalk and driveway.

Tomorrow, I’ll scrape the snow,
Brush it off my car window,
Clear the path I need to go,
But, I’ll enjoy today.

Author Notes:

Just take it in stride.

I love to go out and watch the snow. This is a photo shot down my neighborhood block the other day.

This poem is simple quatrains.
The meter is 7,7,7,6.
The rhyme scheme is: aaab cccb ddde fffe.

This photograph was taken by the author himself on February 1, 2016.

Synergy of Poetry and Verse. Author, Poet, Photographer

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