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by Ed Matlack
Thursday, April 12, 2012
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It started as an innocuous light rain in the south,

Covering the southern states with wet,

Moving slowly north up the coast,

Not enough to even fill a child’s mouth…


It came as well from the arctic north,

A cold wind did precede it as it marched south,

The temperature did drop into the zero range,

But those who lived in the north didn’t think this strange…


Then the rain connected with a small tropical event,

Which raised concerns for the northeast coast,

A full moon did also occur as did a lunar tide,

This storm when fully developed was gonna be a helluva ride…


The arctic front did pick up moisture from the great lakes,

It swooped down from the frozen north like a vulture after prey,

This storm wasn’t fast going to go away,

While passing through New York state it dropped two feet,

But this was not the end of its march to the sea…


The two storms did become one over NJ’s beaches,

The storms were from both winter & summer,

The northly part dropped seven feet of snow,

On an unsuspecting SUMMER! shore,

Yes, the weather did change, no longer was there summer,

The winter did take over; it was way beyond that of a bummer…


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Reviewed by Paul Berube 4/15/2012
Very interesting! Sounds a lot like New England. We got 2 feet of snow in parts New Hampshire from that little storm.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 4/14/2012
I like to dip all seven of my feet in that snow!

Reviewed by Tom Hyland 4/13/2012


Reviewed by E T Waldron 4/13/2012
Wow! my lil Jerseeeey bro, has become an expert weatherman. Tell us more please;-)Did it really snow like that? I haven't heard the weather,been busy...

Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 4/13/2012
Wow! That happens quite a lot this time of year....the great thing is the snow won't hang around long...the sun's got its power back!!

Reviewed by Mr. Ed 4/13/2012
Make a snowman, pack it in dry ice, and Fed Ex it to me. It will look very nice next to our little backyard doggie swimming pool. It's 70 and sunny here, the mutts are all splashin around in the water, and I could sure use another ice-cold beer.

PS: Send that case of beer you owe me along with the Snowman. Thanks.
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 4/12/2012
excellent poem...a bit of the perfect storm, I'm gonna send you a magazine subscription, coastal living i'm thinking......:)
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 4/12/2012
And your abode became an onshore Andrea Gail. Patrick
Reviewed by Richard King 4/12/2012
Just making up for that exceptionally mild winter you just went through, don't ya think?

By the way, didn't I read a recent posting where you were complaining about the heat?

Sounds like a "GOTCHA!!" to me. Dick
Reviewed by Lois Christensen 4/12/2012
Must be horrible to have snow this time of year down there, but seems to have to be.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 4/12/2012
Sounds like it was a stone cold nightmare . . .
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