Let It Snow

The north wind blows it ills
The wind, the wind, the wind that chills
Then the snow falls on the hills

The north wind softly blows
The wind, the wind, the wind that slows
Then the snow falls down below

Silently falling although the night
Inch upon inch covering everything in sight
Fresh and clean lies the white

The children run in hat and glove
They run, they run in the snow they love
The snow that flutters from above

The north wind dies away
Then the rain, the rain spoils the children play
But the snow will come another day

About the Poem

Those who live in temperate climes sometimes fail to appreciate the wonders of English weather. There's nothing so reassuring as uncertainty.


Rhyming poem


15 lines

Key Stage

KS1, KS2


Paul Curtis

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