Please Bring Snow! – A Poem

As someone who worries about global warming and its impact on our lives, I also really genuinely miss snowy weather. In my part of England, snow hasn’t settled for at least two years. It is a beautiful feature of our traditional winter season that I sorely miss.

Here is a poem about it:

Please bring snow,

A chilling shower.

I miss the sparkle

As snowflakes flower.

Send our seasons

Back to norm.

Help our climate

To conform.

Our trees and plants

Confused by needs.

Blooming early

Mis-shedding seeds.

Our skiiers miss

The snowy peaks.

Our children with

Their reddish cheeks.

Skating on rivers,

Building snowmen.

We want to do

These things again.

Blanket houses,

Streets and schools.

Follow tradition,

Keep our seasonal rules.

Please bring snow

Brilliant and bright.

I wish for snowfall

This very night.

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14 thoughts on “Please Bring Snow! – A Poem

  1. This poem makes me happy and sad at the same time. Here in our part of Canada, I was dismayed earlier this week to look out and see green grass. Green grass! In January! That’s not supposed to happen. We did get a small blanket of snow on Friday and it’s very cold today so that makes it feel more like January.

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