Weather Poems

The north wind’s cold and blustery

    And speaks of ice and snow

And the north wind has travelled far

     Yet still has far to go.


The small birds fluff their feathers out

    And shelter from the storm

For the north wind is a bitter wind

    That turns its back on warm.


The wildlife seeks a hideaway;

    And mankind heads for home;

For a northerly chills man and beast

    Who carelessly may roam.    


The north wind strides assiduously

    Through woodland, field and sea

And the only gift that it bestows

    Is a bite for you and me.


It ignores the plight of man and beast

    And, steadfast in its track,

The north wind is a friendless force

    That never once looks back.



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