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Ray Lucero


**LITTLE SNOWFLAKE**


A star of snow fell one cold night
Firstborn of that Christmas Season
Perfect, unique, all swathed in white
To be a part of winter was her reason

The tiny star did not question fate
Altho cast amidst a billion others
She did her very best to acclimate
Alongside her sisters n’ brothers

Harsh storms came n’ went
The little snowflake was in awe
At long last the storms were spent
All welcomed back spring thaw

The melting star cried out with glee
“Hooray! I’ll be returning to the sea”

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Submitted: Saturday, December 12, 2009
Edited: Thursday, December 22, 2011

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