February and March 2010 Poems and Short Stories
February and March Poetry
Snakes Snakes are poisonous
Never touch their fangs
Kills you with their venom
Extremely slimy on their tummies
Slithers on land
I have two dogs. They lay around like logs. I have two dogs. They chew up my stuff, and leave around fluff. I have two dogs. They lay around like logs. I have two dogs, and I love them even though, they chew up my stuff, and leave around fluff, and lay like logs. I have two dogs. they lay around like logs.
Someone pulled the Winter blanket over our town
The sheets of ice are slippery, the snow slowly drifted down
As quick as little birds,
As sure as sun shines
As confident as anything
On the face of the Earth
The sun reflects
On ice as hard as pavement,
Shiny and sleek As swift on ice
As it is in the air.
As beautiful As precious As rare As crazy As wild,
As settled As calm As quiet As loud As Winter itself.