Saturday, 19 January 2013

Me and my snowgirl

Here you see
Me and my snowgirl
Curly brown hair
Wearing no scarf
Half smile on her face
Racing against the sun
Fun in the snow
Go make and slide
Hide and throw
Snow is the best!

Xxxxx

Written for the Sunday mini challenge at real toads " So the challenge, Toads, should you choose to accept it, is to write a poem using interlocking rhyme, where the last syllable or syllables on one line rhyme with the first syllable or syllables of the next"

13 comments:

hedgewitch said...

I see you really got into the spirit of it, Emma. I like the scarf/half rhyme, and the way it seems to pick up speed like a snowball rolling downhill. Thanks for participating.

Anonymous said...

it looks really simple to write like this but it's really hard,.congratulations, I really enjoyed this

Anonymous said...

I love the idea that snowmen (or girls) are racing against the sun.

Kay L. Davies said...

Oh, yes, well done, Emma. A seasonal topic, perfect for this weekend's challenge!
K

Robyn Greenhouse said...

I like the idea of racing against the sun - got to enjoy the snow while you can!

Loredana Donovan said...

You did well with the chained rhyme. Really sweet poem! :)

Kim Nelson said...

How much fun did she have! And you shared it with us. Thank you for the vicarious snow day. (I am sitting at my kitchen island, doors wide open, temp outside near 70!

jane hewey said...

i enjoy how you used the chain rhyme in this playful poem. "hide and throw" my favorite line. It really is a race against the sun.

Other Mary said...

Awww - what a cutie-pie-face! And your poem pairs perfectly with her picture.

Susan said...

Cool indeed. Makes me want to frolic in a way not possible anymore.

Mary said...

A fun poem, Emma. And you used the chain rhyme well. Wow, you have a lot of snow there. Not so here....but we have extreme cold, but at least one doesn't have to shovel cold.

Chhavi Vatwani said...

Hehe seems like you really enjoyed your prompt! It's reflected in your cheery poem!

kkkkaty said...

You make it seem so easy and I like racing the sun and your use of the form;)