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 Moscow zoo in snow Nature 3/14/2018
 Give a blizzard Nature 1/10/2018
 March days. Nature 3/8/2016
 Winter Nature 2/17/2016
 It's not fiction World Events 2/16/2015
 Heat… Heat… Heat 3. Nature 8/10/2014
 Heat… Heat… Heat 2. Nature 8/2/2014
 Snow 16. Nature 2/23/2014
 Parody ('From Theo And Me' by Cherryk) Nature 2/18/2014
 Snow 15. Nature 12/27/2013
 Snow 14. Nature 12/18/2013
 Somewhere in... Fantasy Poems 12/15/2013
 Mortal kiss. Love 12/9/2013
 I wish you a frosty Christmas! Congratulations 12/8/2013
 Snow 13. Nature 11/17/2013
 I'll be here... Love 11/4/2013
 Heat... Heat... Heat... 1. Nature 7/12/2013
 Watch out!!! Humorous Poems 7/5/2013
 1st April, 2013. Nature 4/1/2013
 Spring's near. Nature 2/11/2013
 Love... Love. Love 2/2/2013
 Snow. Nature 1/13/2013
 18th November, 2012. Nature 11/20/2012
 How to paint a bluebell. Inspirational Poems 6/17/2012
 I'd listen to Nature 5/9/2012
 Who for? Love Gone Bad 1/15/2012
 Snow... Snow... Nature 12/30/2011
 There was a dingo Limerick 12/25/2011
 In this box of crayons... Childrens Poetry 12/25/2011
 Web. Nature 6/25/2011
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Moscow zoo in snow

With Russian winter somethings going wrong:
No snow for Christmas and the frosts arent strong.
Bears are lightly angry as they cant fall asleep:
They need good snow drifts that can only equip
Their lairs for sleeping. But when Spring has come,
Giggling snowstorms greet her. What fun!
Peacocks are like fir trees that are covered with snow.
And they hope this whimsyll continue to flow.
This unusual March makes Moscow pretty
And gets us to forget the phrase What a pity!


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