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First Snow

Winter Poem

By Fiona HowellPublished 3 months ago 1 min read
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First Snow
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The first snow feels special,

it’s a magical time where excitement

brews and coziness is everywhere.

Snowflakes fall heavily.

Dainty things that are

unique.

Darkness sets early by four

in the afternoon, covering the whiteness

in black. Fresh snow with no footprints,

seems as though the planet is empty of

life.

The quietness almost too loud,

thoughts are clearer than before

the only sound for miles. One crow flies

overhead as if it is the last one

standing.

nature poetry
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About the Creator

Fiona Howell

I am Fiona Howell, an Irish musician and a writer hailing from New Hampshire, US. I have two books out on Amazon: The Locked Box and Blackwood. I have three poems published in anthologies by the Peterborough Poetry Project.

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  • Dharrsheena Raja Segarran3 months ago

    Your imageries were so vivid! Loved your wonderful poem!

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