Snow Day



Snow Day

Storm talk
take stock
…snow day?

Big debate
4 or 8?
Snow day?

Grey leaden sky
fat snowflakes fly
Hey, weather guy!
Snow day?

Cold winds blowing
White drifts growing
Still not knowing…
Snow day?

Hope clings…
Phone rings
My heart sings

M.  Hogan ©2018

Linda Baie is hosting this week’s Poetry Friday Roundup at her chockful-of-book-love blog, Teacher Dance. She’s sharing a lovely new lullaby book from Rosemary Wells.

17 thoughts on “Snow Day

  1. Snow days are gifts to teachers, not to be wasted by thinking that they add more school days in June. Carpe diem and carpe snowem.

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  2. bjleepoet says:

    Yes, well I remember the snow days of my youth! Having lived in Florida for the past 20 years, I don’t miss the northern gloom. However, I do miss the beautiful snow

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  3. lindabaie says:

    Oh, I do remember waiting for that phone call, Molly. From all the postings on FB & Instagram, I guess you did get a bunch of snow! Love your quick & excited snowy poem of celebration!

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  4. Oh, how fun and true! My heart sings too when I get the notice.

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  5. Hooray for snow days, and for your poem, Molly! Every line is perfect. Hope you enjoyed your day!

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  6. Kay Mcgriff says:

    Enjoy the gift of your snow day! We had more ice than snow this time around. And now that I’ve left teaching, I don’t get as many snow days off, but at least my new job will allow me to work from home if the roads are bad. Even so, I still get excited at the prospect of snow.

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  7. It’s been years since my kiddos were in school, and even more years that I was in school, and yet I still feel that excitement and anticipation of a snow day (which you’ve captured in your poem!)


  8. Love the ending of this welcoming “Snow Day” poem Molly– and you sure got a lot of snow–glad you had the day to yourself too!


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