Poet's Corner

Posted: Thursday, April 28, 2011


By Celia H. Cash

There is nothing as romantic

as a sudden snowy day.

Will you come out and play?

No need to go to work

and slave the day away ...

Instead let's make a snowman,

snow angles and a cave.

Find a hill that's really steep

and fly down on our sled.

People think I'm crazy

when I come right out and say

I'm gonna miss this nice white fluff,

'til next winter comes to stay ...

Summer Eve

By Celia H. Cash

Sun shiny summer eve

Don't ever want to leave

the waters edge, sand beach.

Won't you come out

and walk with me?

We can gather shiny rocks.

Watch the seagulls, eagles flock.

Fighting over scraps discarded

by the picnickers united

in a circle on the beach

on a shiny summer eve.

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