SWC Challenge: Winter Weather

Snow’s Epilogue

We can’t count the snowflakes nor put them into order.
They fall to make a blanket or a pile or a border.
They come in a blizzard and leave us in a trickle. 
There’s something about former snow that is so very fickle.
It drips in drops from icicles and surges down the gutters.
Our attempts to modify it end in futile mutters.
I need not be prophetic to state the truth of snow.
It starts out in a flurry and ends up in a flow.

 

SWC Challenge: Winter Weather

14 thoughts on “SWC Challenge: Winter Weather

  1. slmret

    Looks pretty chilly to me! Happy winter! As I’m sure is true where you are in Mexico, temps here going to 80 by early next week, with no rain in sight for the next two weeks!

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