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    Emily Lumley - I Love The Winter's Darkness

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    Emily Lumley (eight) reads her poem I Love The Winter's Darkness

    I Love The Winter's Darkness
    by Emily Lumley (eight)

    I love the winter's darkness,
    And icicles that hang like knives,
    My fingers in the cold are frozen,
    But the snowflakes land on my nose,
    Like wet kisses,
    Crunch, crunch, crunch my feet in the snow,
    Like walking in a field of cornflakes,
    And my breath like smoke,
    As if I were a little dragon,
    Snowmen are real people,
    Except their carrot noses,
    I love the winter's darkness,
    Because it feels like magic.