Poem- Glimmering Snowflake

Check out this snow poem a writer friend wrote! I’m getting snow right now, how about you?!

Bella Putt

Earlier this week, I woke up to a thin layer of snow covering the ground. Though it quickly melted, it was beautiful while it lasted, and it inspired me to write this poem.

I don’t usually write haiku poems, but I thought it would be fun to try it this week, and I ended up writing four put together into one long poem. (Haiku poems don’t normally rhyme, but I made this one rhyme for fun 😊).

Glimmering Snowflake:

Falling from a cloud,

White and shining in the sun,

Landing on the ground.

To the touch, freezing;

Icy pattern intricate,

Always glimmering.

Compared to others

Different; yet beautiful

And significant.

Shining sun appears,

The snowflake begins to melt;

It then disappears.

Let’s Talk!

Do you like snow? Has it snowed where you live this year?

Do you prefer cold or warm weather? Talk to me in the comments!

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