|Posted by Rod Ferbrache on December 8, 2009 at 3:25 PM|
These poems on the weather featured on BBC Radio Guernsey during December 2009
Even though I’m adult, excitement starts to rise
When snow and ice are forecast I eagerly scan the skies.
This year was quite a good one, for the lovely white, cold stuff.
The only one regret I had, was there wasn’t quite enough.
It only stayed a day or two, and then in no time all was gone
Because it was a work day I couldn’t have much fun.
I did take lots of photos, for a memory of the day.
Everything looked so different, oh why could it not stay?
A few more days, perhaps a week, it really wouldn’t hurt
But no, it soon began to disappear, and left a load of dirt.
Yet every snow flakes different, it’s hard to take it in..
How can each one vary? Where does one begin? –
To try and understand it, to reason, fathom out.
It tells me of a great Creator, I really have no doubt.
And if He takes such trouble with every single flake
Then let me tell each one of you there can be no mistake-
That you are not here by accident, a random act of fate.
God has a plan for each of us…look up, it’s not too late.