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Hello Poetry Friday Friends! We’re in the tail end of spring break here. It has been a fun week of relaxing and sleeping in (a little–the toddler doesn’t understand that concept yet).
I’ve been meaning to share a little poem my 8 year old daughter brought home, but I kept forgetting to ask her permission. She brought it home back in the middle of December so it has a sort of winter feel. I told her I’d let her know what everyone thinks, so be sure to leave her a little note in the comments if you have a second.
by Samantha Herzog
A Snowflake is a
Warm cuddle from my mom
In the cool morning
4 thoughts on “Poetry Friday – A Snowflake”
Oh, my goodness…that is the SWEETEST! It's the opposite of what we usually think and yet so true. Wow, poets run in your family. Happy for you. Give her an extra hug from this poetic “auntie”.
It drifts, lands, melts away, but stays all day. Nice metaphor, Big Little Monster Poet!
I love her take on snowflakes! It is the sweetest poem to treasure.
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