New Snow

Boy, that Groundhog wasn’t kidding!  Here we go again . . . six more inches predicted.

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If you like snow, you’d sure like Pennsylvania this winter . . .good day to work on some
hobbies—-or clearing out clutter—

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4 Responses to New Snow

  1. Booksilver says:

    Lovely, lovely — makes me think of this:

    It sifts from Leaden Sieves —
    It powders all the Wood.
    It fills with Alabaster Wool
    The Wrinkles of the Road —

    It makes an Even Face
    Of Mountain, and of Plain —
    Unbroken Forehead from the East
    Unto the East again —

    It reaches to the Fence —
    It wraps it Rail by Rail
    Till it is lost in Fleeces —
    It deals Celestial Vail

    To Stump, and Stack — and Stem —
    A Summer’s empty Room —
    Acres of Joints, where Harvests were,
    Recordless, but for them —

    It Ruffles Wrists of Posts
    As Ankles of a Queen —
    Then stills its Artisans — like Ghosts —
    Denying they have been —

    — Emily Dickinson

  2. FictionFan says:

    Ooh, for once I’m quite glad it’s raining here! We’re having a snow-free winter so far – lovely!

    PS For some reason your posts aren’t showing up in my Reader any more, so sorry I keep missing them. I do get e-mails but I’m rotten at checking my e-mails. Would you mind if I went on to the Supprt Forum for help – it would mean providing a link to your blog? Unless you’ve deliberately set it up not to show in the Reader? (I also don’t seem to be notified when you reply to a comment.)

    • booksandbuttons says:

      It’s a long story—trying to work out the glitches. Since my blog went to “.com” I
      might not be in Reader anymore–too bad. I sent you an email trying to explain.
      Thanks for your support.

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