Letter To Snow
I love you and I hate you
My children think you’re great. You
creep in through the night
To leave your blanket pure and white.
And even I cannot deny that I am dazzled by the sight.
Your brilliant uniformity
Makes heat mean so much more to me.
Because dear snow
Wherever you go, the icy chill is sure to be.
Soft, downy feathers spilled from your pillow.
Your flakes float to the ground, without a sound.
But cosy, from the warmth of my window, you’re my favourite winter view
And I can’t resist the urge to push my footprints right into you.
This poem about snow ‘Letter To Snow’ is written by Ms Moem.