The Snows of Banner Mountain

The snows of Banner Mountain
made a rug for rabbit’s feet.
The snows fell in the night-time
to become our morning treat.
Snowballs whizzed all around us
as we played out in the snow.
Snow angels guarded over us
in our childhood long ago.
Vanilla-flavored snow ice cream
turned into our favorite dish
when the snows of Banner Mountain
made for real our winter wish.

Snow Fell in the Nighttime

Snow Fell in the Nighttime

 c Copyright, Freeda Baker Nichols

3 comments on “The Snows of Banner Mountain

  1. Ginger Kemp Pruett says:

    You are welcome, i look forward to your posts, so many times i read something here that will trigger a memory from long ago and as i read i can see in my mind when what you wrote about could very well have been me. As Martha Stewart would say “It’s a good thing”

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  2. Hey there, Ginger. How could anyone ever forget about snow ice cream? Guess I’ll always be a kid, at heart. I love reading your comments. I’m still amazed at how I can post something on this blog and it displays around the world. Thanks for all your feedback.

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  3. Ginger Kemp Pruett says:

    Oh my gosh!! I had long forgotten about the snow ice cream….i thought (at the time) that it was such a treat. Maybe it was after all since by reading your poem it brought a fun memory back to me.

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