42 comments on “Deep Freeze

  1. Some parts of the country here has been 50.0c hot enough to cook an egg on a shovel. Here in the barossa we are in the middle of a cool change. Send us some cool love your work.

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  2. I live in the second coldest capital city in the world, so I have a deep respect and appreciation for winter – but I do not like it I love the snow however, and the dangerous quality of the beauty of ice storms! So, I feel your poem. Thanks for liking mine!

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  3. This brings thoughts of my parents and their home in the country during the 1980s. I always enjoyed the “after” of a winter snowfall and walking the property with my father, my face the only thing exposed. There were times when we made the drive there through a winter storm, but that “after” always was a reward. Of course, warming up afterwards with a coffee or hot chocolate by the wood stove was a reward in itself. Thank you.

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