Wednesday, February 24, 2010

3WW: Generate, Meager, Tease

Meager snow outlines
the roofs, trees, and bare ski slopes~
Don’t tease, generate!
A SNOWBOARDER STARES OUT THE WINDOW AT TINY FLAKES
Don’t tease, generate
snow for the dwindling halfpipe.
Out, out meager snow!

21 comments:

anthonynorth said...

Enjoyed this. Hope that snow stays away.

ThomG said...

Love it, Linda. Have you turned this in for this week's NaiSaiKu Challenge? Andy would be proud of this one.

gautami tripathy said...

Good one! Sorry, I haven't been here lately.

airing that fire

Zouxzoux said...

Cute! I must say I'm glad y'all have the snow and not us. :)

Julie Jordan Scott said...

^giggles^ I long for weather, much of the time in this mostly weatherless land in Bakersfield, California.

Hot and Fog. Barely winter and oodles of summer.

Enjoyed the heck out of the humor in your poem!

Tim Remp said...

My son went snowboarding today. I hope the snow generating machines create more than this meager winter has teased.

-Tim

Andy Sewina said...

Nicely Linda, we'd love you to post this at the NaiSaiKu challenge?

We're still trying to build up the contributors since we started back in January.

Daily Panic said...

Only snowboarders will beg for snow. Not this fair weather thin skinned southerner. Spring can't come fast enough!
I blame that groundhog!
Brrrr!

Lilibeth said...

I love it. Just in time for the winter Olympics too.

Wendy Naisa said...

Thanks Linda, we love your poetry!

Just someone said...

With a snow storm looming in the forecast, this was a nice read! :)

As always, love your poems...

Stan Ski said...

NaiSaiKu Challenge would benefit from this excellent contribution.

Thomma Lyn said...

lol! That's great. I love "don't tease, generate" in the context of the snow! :)

Dee Martin said...

Loved the poem - you can have all the snow :) I'm ready for spring!

Angel said...

Nice take on the words.

Americanising Desi said...

lovely :)

Ann (bunnygirl) said...

Nicely done! I don't share the snowboarder's wish, but I understand it.

Tumblewords: said...

Great use of the prompt words. I thought it might be related to the Olympics, but it surely works for snowboarders everywhere.

one more believer said...

a whole new world just opened up...half pipes and 360 double corkscrews... yeah vancover olympics!!! did good linda!!!

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