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Rated: E · Poetry · Holiday · #1730365
A snowman from the street.

A snowman met me on the road
and asked me very nice;
I tried to seat him in my car
but he was full of ice.
He settled down and turned my way,
a carrot for a nose,
he had a most peculiar grin
and fluffy flakes for clothes.
So down the road we traveled on,
a snowman from the street.
I said that it was dinner time:
“Let's find a place to eat.”
And so it wasn't very long
till Wendy's caught our view;
my snowman took his nice blue scarf
and folded it in two.
I made my choice and said to him,
“C'mon, put on the feed!”
But he just grinned and answered me:
“A frosty’s all I need."

(Line Count: 20)

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