Touch of Mystique

Touch of Mystique

A Chapter by Dave Brown



There used to be dumps of shivering white

Naughty November always spewed spite

December kathumps were a true fright

January has never been a delight

And now February is well in sight

Shivering white’s still barely in sight


What used to generously fall from sky

As Winter’s way came freezingly by

Now gives barely a snowdropping try

With teen-tottin temps now a pop-fly

Jus like a happinin on tropical Kauai

Long with burblin bobbles of blue sky

Could be Winter's are going bye-bye

And were headin straight for July


Week after week this becomes newspeak

With each day actin like a weird freak

I’m darn sure I saw a spring Grossbeak

And once freezing buds are takin a peek

Trout in bikinis are swimming the creek

With Nature serving up a touch of mystique

What used to be, now seems all in Greek





© 2021 Dave Brown

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Wow! this is wonderful, enjoyed this. I like snow i think it's pretty.

Posted 3 Months Ago

Dave Brown

3 Months Ago

thanks Ang-x
Yes, could be a bye bye....although anymore 4 inches is considered a blizzard.
Just lots of looming cloudy days with more bark than bite.

Posted 3 Months Ago

Dave Brown

3 Months Ago

Thanks Jacob
We have been in the same place for 50yrs and the climate change here has been ve.. read more
Global warming eh? No winters, only spring and summer. You know that sounds quite good to me. Very cold here, but not expecting snow. You rake care Dave.


Posted 3 Months Ago

Dave Brown

3 Months Ago

Last year we tied (the world) for warmest year ever and based on our so called winter this year, we .. read more

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