In the Wintery Weather of Colorado
swirling flurries fall
from the sky. The ground becomes wet
as the swirling flurries fall,
like butterflies gone mad.
Cold wind blows as the earth
beneath my feet continues to
dampen. The daughter of the
North Wind, blows her frosty mist,
all over the cold mountainous state.
The Greek sun god brought his
own toys out to play. Hot rays beat down
on the cool snowy debris left by
the daugther of the North Wind. Melting
what was once fallen swirling flurries,
into murky puddles in the dirt and grass.
Dogs play as the sun starts to beat
down on the moist ground beneath the little pads
of their feet. It’s warm outside, the snow
has officially melted away. The wintery mix of
swirling snow flurries are gone,
it feels like spring again.