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Frosty's Last Day In Town: A poem about a snowman
Posted by lostcerebellum, May 30, 2016. 1129 views. ID = 7153

Frosty's Last Day In Town

Posted by lostcerebellum, May 30, 2016. 1129 views. ID = 7153
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A friend at work a couple of days ago was telling us he had just found a little patch of snow. The next day it was about ninety degrees, and my thoughts about that snow patch led to this.
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A snowman once arrived in town, a pleasant winter day.
The snowman's name was Frosty, and he loved to sing and play.

But winter always yields to spring, and, much to his dismay,
His friends soon started warning him to leave without delay.

Well, Frosty's not the type to run, (devoid of legs or feet).
No, he's the type to hold his ground and not admit defeat.

The sun's rays started beating down one scorching-hot spring day,
And though he stayed and stood his ground, still, Frosty ran away.

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alilee
Jun 1, 2016
love it, very cleverly written
   ~Posted by alilee, Jun 1, 2016



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