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Drifting Snow: Writing prompt poem about drifting snow
Posted by lostcerebellum, Mar 4, 2015. 2506 views. ID = 6927

Drifting Snow

Posted by lostcerebellum, Mar 4, 2015. 2506 views. ID = 6927
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The prompt says to try to evoke senses. Cold weather and drifting snow evoke senses in me, and this explains what I feel.
This post has been awarded 22 stars by 6 readers.

The ghostly snowflakes swirl and blow
Into a pallid dune,
And fill my heart with such desire;
Oh, how I long for June.


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This post has been awarded 22 stars by 6 readers.
This post is part of a writing prompt: Drifting Snow

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Sylvan Sylph
Jun 17, 2015
Pale ghostly insects swirl and fly
Into a swarming cloud
and stick like glue to smeary glass;
June brings such a crowd.
   ~Posted by Sylvan Sylph, Jun 17, 2015



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