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Snow What Snow – Flash Fiction Challenge

This week’s flash fiction challenge over at Carrot Ranch is an intermittent one as Charli is experiencing technical problems. In 99 words (no more, no less) write a poem or story about “buried in the snow”. If you like to read or write flash fiction, please join us, we have a lot of fun.

2019 snowy night

Snow, snow, go away

Never come back



We were hoping for a break this year

But oh no you had to bury us here


The drifts and banks are five feet tall

To top it off, dozens of squalls


Blizzards and whiteouts, you give freely

Give us a break, what’s the big dealy


I hear you’re planning to stay around

My only wish is that you just leave town


Overcast skies without any sun

Makes us unhappy, all we do is bum


The days are so cold

I’m getting old

It seems I’ve lost all control



©Susan Zutautas 2019

11 Comments Post a comment
  1. I can’t imagine living there, Susan. We had 18 inches and I was ready to scream. It reminded me of my year in Alaska and the five feet of white misery. 🙂

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    March 5, 2019
    • I miss the rain in Seattle sometimes. I’d never ever miss the snow though. 🙂


      March 5, 2019

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