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Ok, I Have Had This Cold...
by Ed Matlack

Saturday, January 10, 2004

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Only sort of Nature, as it is related to the weather that we can do nothing about...



Screw the Canadian High,

This cold is a full blown,

Front, dropping directly,

Down from the outer reaches of the Artic circle.


Extreme biting cold,

If I could I would have sold,

Out this spot in Jersey,

And ran away from this state of old,

To the warmer temps of Florida,

Or Mexico or points south of there,

Because, the only happy creatures here,

Are those that have a coat like a bear.


Please don’t see this as whining,

As if I were to whine,

It would come out and freeze in mid-moan,

For the weather this season of winter,

Is the coldest I can remember,

And an old guy like me,

Can recall many winters past,

But none that I have found to be,

So cold as to last,

This long, & I wish that winters last gasp,

Was closer to happening,

Than approximately a few months down the line…    (ed)


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Reviewed by Andi Chrisman (Reader) 1/10/2004
I've been sick in bed for the past week...I feel your pain!!!
Reviewed by Floria Kelderhouse (Reader) 1/10/2004
I love the beauty of winter Ed....nothing can match it...but the cold...bitter cold...sometimes it gets to me. All you can do is stay inside and bundle up or sit by a fire if you have one...I know the feeling....right in your bones.....stay warm..Make some soup :)..floria
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 1/10/2004

to have the cold in the cold is the pits (((HUGS))) hope you feel better

good write--you don't need to go to florida or mexico, come to texas, it's warm enough here :)

(((HUGS))) and love,

karla. :)
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 1/10/2004
try to stay warm, okay, ed?? i'd suggest you have some boudin or andouille, but you may get mad at me....LOL but i GARONTEE that will make you forget of the cold weather for a about HOT! LOL

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

cute write!
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