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Tempermental Diva
by Annabel Sheila
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
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The Pacific current is not cooperating again this year and that doesn’t bode well for those of us who live in Canada’s eastern provinces! As a result of La Ňina forecasters predict Maritime Canada is in for another wallop of winter! The only good thing seems to be the temperature will remain above normal throughout the coming months! Perfect for snow, sleet, ice pellets, rain……


 

Looks like we’ll be buried in snow again this year!
Another winter up to our arses in frosted flakes!
 
No use complaining, the pacific sprite will have her way!
In our minds she’s a temperamental diva!
Ňothing would give us greater joy than to piss her off!
A winter exodus south would put a knot in her knickers!
 
Got to get a handle on this, and one on the shovel too!
Of course the forecasters have been wrong before!
 
All we can do is hope for the best!
Whatever comes, we’ll get through it!
After all, winter only lasts four or five months!
You’d think Canadian Northerners would be used to it!
 

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Reviewed by Debbie Lacy 2/17/2012
Lol! This is so cute! I love it! Very nice Anna and thanks for sharing the winter blahs! :)

Debbie
Reviewed by Joy Hale 11/30/2011
Love, love, love the acrostic poem on your nasty winter weather forecast! Your take on this poem shows just what a clever writer you are and what a delightful sense of humor you possess! You tell them, Anna! Many giggles on this one!

Joy L. Hale
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 11/30/2011
Good humor and flair resounds through this acrostic!
I'm ready. I love hot cocoa :)
Blessings,
Christine
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 11/30/2011
Anna, I love this acrostic, I feel that Connecticut is going to get hit again also...Mother Nature is really aggravated with us.
The best I can say is this, find some good books, lots of wine and a man to help you through the winter...lol

Much peace, love and light,
Amber
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 11/30/2011
No use complaining, indeed. The weathermen in my neck of the woods say we're in for about 60 inches of snow this winter. I better get my snow shovels ready and my old snow blower primed. (My dogs, however, really love all the snow.)
Reviewed by Mark Lichterman 11/29/2011
Anna, Anna, Anna! We've been in the mid to high eighties since last Saturday. So sorry that my Pacific Ocean is giving you such a hard time. I look forward to seeing another snow tunnel leading from your front door.
Hoo-humm, living in Southern California is sooo boring.
Your (warm) friend, Markie
Reviewed by Laura Fall 11/29/2011
It has been raining here in Ohio for the past few days and still no snow yet but they say its on the way now as always great poetry indeed Laura
Reviewed by Lonnie Hicks 11/29/2011
Annabel, it will be hitting us down below as well here in California. Lots of rain, mudslides, floods and the like. But we ain't 'fraid no Nina.
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 11/29/2011
La Nina here also portends warmer, but less rain and snow, which is typically in short supply here. So enjoy our snow please...consider it a gift from the less fortunate;-) Patrick
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