Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Oh No In Boston More Snow

Another test of the resiliency of Boston Strong
Two more feet of snow driving drivers from the roads where they belong
Yet two more storms on a Boston blizzard track
Cold and snowy nights as Mr. Winter continues his relentless attack
Hard to convince people of climate change with these blizzard trends
Many in Bean Town wondering if winter will ever end
Snow at first glance brings out the skis, snowshoes, and sleds
Fun at first, but loses its charm when into slush instead
Driveways blocked, icy sidewalks on which to slip and fall
Stores empty, cash registers silent, red ink hard to forestall
Nothing lasts forever including winter even with two more storms to bring
Boston hopes that on Ground Hog Day, the furry rodent will predict an early spring
© January 28, 2015 Michael P. Ridley aka the Alaskanpoet
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