A Little Limerick

2015-01-20 21:41:39.000 – Nate Iannuccillo, Summit Intern

 

I sat there staring at the blue
Pretending like I hadn’t a clue
Because after forecasting snow
Twenty six days in a row
My dreams had not yet become true
 
But as I stepped outside late that night
I turned to the dark with my light
And when I saw my first glimmer
Reflect back with a shimmer
I knew my prediction was right
 
As I watched the first snow all around
I was left feeling oh so profound
The cold touch on my face
Made my warm heartbeat race
My! How the snow can astound!

 

Nate Iannuccillo, Summit Intern

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