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Winter poem written by St Piers student

We've really enjoyed the recent snowy weather and its inspired one of our students to write a short poem about it.

My poem about the snow, by Katie Latcham

Freezing snow
In the cold
So people
Love it in the snow

Blizzard like a blanket
Frost is forming in the shiny snow
Don’t for get you thick jacket!
The snow flakes are twinkling all around us!

People sledge having fun
They all be wet when the day is done!

Its beautiful in the mornings when you first wake up!!!
Especially before i put my make up.
Snow you look so magical
And you really are so classical.

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