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The Snowstorm

Driving through the snowstorm
Following someone's tracks
Each driver must perform
Watching one another's back

Crawling at a snail's pace
Staying within the lanes
Brace yourself not a race
Like walking with a cane

Falling tiny snowflakes
Making it hard to see
Easy on the brakes
Icicles hanging on glazed pine trees

Looks like a winter wonderland
Drifting through the snow
Glove covered hands
Blustery winds blow

An intense slippery ride
No nonsense keeping you on your toes
Don't want to slide and collide
No pretense all following in rows

Blanketed in white, lights shining bright
Sparkling eyes glowing
Home before the darkened night
Still steady snowing

Exhale, relax, and retire
Settle in no harm
Warm yourself by a cozy fire
You crawled through the snowstorm

December 14, 2007 Janet Irene Griffin

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