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By Mary T. Hoffman
(Written 17 January 2007)
An ice storm in the night
Reveals in morning light
A dazzling, wintry sight
Of frozen droplets bright
That cling to shrubs and trees
And glisten where they freeze –
A sight that’s sure to please
The one who looks and sees.
Still others will complain
About the freezing rain;
Indeed it is a bane
And something of a pain
For those who slip and slide
And wobble side to side
Or cannot get a ride –
Their patience can be tried!
But soon it will be past;
The thaw will come in fast.
The ice just cannot last.

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