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Old man winter touched my nose (for anyone that loves snow)

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Kevin
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0 posted 11-16-1999 11:42 PM       View Profile for Kevin   Email Kevin   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to Submit your Poem to Passions  View IP for Kevin

Awake again to cloudy morning
alarm clock rings of my dismay
every second seems forewarning
another bitter autumn day.
Asleep and stumbling out the door
I smile as my spirit grows.
Body warms right to the core
old man winter touched my nose.
Crossed eyed and curious I stare
at the marvel upon my face
the perfection lying there
with hopes to save me from this place.
A snow flake white with purity
offers to leave the past behind
as had the leaves fallen so quickly
so did the troubles from my mind.
No more responsibilities
for here my youth has overcome
I glow with possibilities
cold and yet comfortably numb.
A horn awakes me from my dreaming
I run with haste to catch my ride
The child within my body screaming
anxiety forced to subside.
The day drags on it seems forever
outside the window nature does mock
I plan a secret snow endeavor
stopping only to watch the clock.
Eternity soon came and went
And I now glowing head to toe
run for the presents god has sent
to lose my self amongst the snow.

© Copyright 1999 Kevin Bednarz - All Rights Reserved
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1 posted 11-16-1999 11:52 PM       View Profile for Denise   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Denise

Hey, Kevin, now don't be throwin' them snowballs at passing cars and old ladies, ya hear?! j/k Have a ball! I think snow was made for young people! Heaven knows it doesn't do us older people much good!
hehehehe.... do I sound like your Mom?!
Great poem, Kevin!

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Denise

Kevin
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2 posted 11-16-1999 11:55 PM       View Profile for Kevin   Email Kevin   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Kevin

nah, my mom would be out there playing with me, were such suckers for winter, but i wouldnt have it any other way, guess sometimes i still am her little boy =)

hehe

thanks for the reply
Kevin
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3 posted 11-17-1999 12:01 AM       View Profile for Kevin   Email Kevin   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Kevin

o, i have a question too, should it be cross eyed or crossed eyed
i cant tell?
both dont sound right
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4 posted 11-17-1999 06:40 PM       View Profile for Sally S.   Email Sally S.   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Sally S.

Kevin,
This was beautiful. It brought a warm smile. I loved the imagery and feel to this poem. I too, love the freshly, fallen snow.

cross eyed sounds right to me.
 
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