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Here it comes
by Ed Matlack
Monday, February 28, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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I actually enjoy driving in the snow for work or pleasure...even though it can be tiring, it is still the closest thing to an adventure I can get...ed


Here it comes…


 


On the roof it does lay,


On the cars and porches as well today,


Cannot see across the street,


Blizzard snows can be really neat…


 


Have to work through its worst,


Driving is no fun, but that is my curse,


Diving right in do I, headfirst,


If nothing else with snowflakes abundant,


I will never die of thirst…


 


Predicted to be blizzard conditions,


This storm does not resemble previous renditions,


Hate do I to write in repetition,


But the beauty of snow is too wonderful,


Not to make some sort of submission…


 


Looks as if it will be a long tiring day,


That is what I signed on for with this job this way,


To drive in the snow, sleet, wind and rain,


Some may say that I am a little insane…


        © ed ~ 2/28/05

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Reviewed by Katy Walsvik
You sound like a postal worker... ha!

Ok, this is poem 3 on snow, but I've read them backwards... "the beauty of snow" you write here? What next? You move to Alaska? the south pole? Sigh... sorry... it's me, not you... I'm still mentally with the rant poem... Snow, go away!

After all that, though, I must say I enjoyed the poetic nature of this piece... it's really nice writing, Eddie M. katy xox
Reviewed by William Bonilla
I hope you have good snow tires
and a set of emergency chainis
most of all a huge thermos
of hot coffee, tea or chocolete,
I have what I need down here
back at the swamp
plenty of beer.
stay warm my friend

William .....peace Brother
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Thanks for sharing this with us Ed. I forget what snow is like and your poem brought it to life! woof woof Rufuz...how are you;-)? Never fear Spring is coming ruf;-)

eileen
Reviewed by D May (Reader)
Some might say you are a little insane..I like to think you are a little 'sane.' : )
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
It must be dangerous to be on the road Ed!!

Please do take care my friend!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
I now what you mean, the roads are empty, and something mystical, driving in driving snow..

Just wish we could have some..
Reviewed by Sue Hess
we had flurries this morning, biting, icy little flakes that hurt when they hit your face, but didn't make driving hard. be careful out there ed
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
just be careful is all i ask! wonderful write, and busy little radar! LOL

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in tx., karen lynn. :D

i miss the snow.....
Reviewed by Danielle Mundy
I would love winter more if it only lasted a week LOL snow will never be my friend...
Reviewed by Dale Clark
Ah the beauty of winter, wish it would
come to an end though. ;) It's the other
driver you have to watch out for.
Reviewed by m j hollingshead
well done
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