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Snowy March Day

Snowy March Day

It isn't supposed to happen this way,
it's supposed to be a rainy March day.
But upon going to sleep late last night,
everything turned to snowy white.

The beauty and grace of each falling flake,
is really a wonder that nature makes.
Each one is different from all the rest,
pure in their image for what they attest.

The sun is now shining, oh so bright,
it glitters on roof tops, what a sight!
The air feels crisp and smells so clean,
it's amazing how snow can change a scene.

Children are laughing and having such fun,
hoping for snow when school is done.
They think it's funny and play with such glee,
while parents look puzzled with sheer disbelief.

Newly formed flowers shiver in the ground,
they look like clumps of little white mounds.
Trees are dressed from their trunk to their top,
as the snow keeps falling, oh when will it stop?

There's two weeks to go with spring in the air,
but old man winter doesn't seem to care.
He's having his final blast during March,
saying goodbye, is what he imparts.

Perhaps it's a sign to never forget,
about a greater power most haven't met.
To know that it's true that miracles can be,
something as simple as the snow you now see.

About the Author

Margaret Jang is a Reiki Master Teacher & Practitioner, Numerologist, Intuitive, and a Spiritual/Inspirational Poet & Writer. She currently resides in Vancouver, BC and can be contacted at margjang@gmail.com or through her website www.margaretjang.com.

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