Snowy nights and days. 6 th grade classes homerooms 16 & 18. Elijah. Last night the frosty cool air outside pounded on my glossy window and seeped into my room, making me shiver all night long. Kohl.
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When I went outside, it felt like it was snowing huge clumps of ice. It felt awful. It would not stop snowing- like someone kept throwing buckets of rocks and ice. Plus the wind was blowing really hard, making me fall.
It was snowing all night, so hard that it broke a branch off my chestnut tree. It was so loud that I could not go to sleep. My head was pounding with fear that one of the branches from the tree would break through my roof.
The diamond pellets poured down from the sky like an army tank sent to destroy. All night I heard glass breaking, dogs howling, and people screaming, “Why me?”. By the time night was over, I looked out the window to check the damage.
It was as if a greater power was dumping buckets of pearly whiteness all over. Barrels of colorless, fine snow were drifting down so turbulently that when I took my dog out, I couldn’t find him because the snow was hovering over him.
I never thought it would pour blankets and blankets of white snow from Heaven. When I went outside to dig up snow, the shovel was screeching and it hurt my ears. The wind was howling while white snowy bullets hit my face. The brisk air made icicles so sharp my window would not open. Last night it was silent as a mouse.
The wind howled t me as if it were very angry in the ashy, icy night. The next morning I woke up to find the breathtaking surprise, as if the whole world was covered by a milky blanket. The snow was crystal clear in the translucent chilly coldness.
When I stepped outside, I could feel the brisk breeze waving my hair from left to right. As I walked along the sidewalk, it started to snow. When I looked down I could see ashy snow in the street. When I got to the mailbox, I couldn’t open it because it was as frozen as an icicle. I could hardly wait to get inside because the storm had just begun.
At night, it looked like Jack Frost came for a visit and covered the ground with an ivory fluffy blanket. He crept up to my room and made the fine snow show up on my window, then quietly went outside again, knowing he had much more work to do. He had to make translucent icicles, and make the ground glimmer. He had to make school cancellations and cause car accidents. Jack Frost was on the move.
As I walked home from school, icy bullets pelted my face. When I walked, ivory slush stuck to my stiff boots. Once I was within sight of my house, I could just picture myself on the warm, cozy rust-colored couch with a cup of hot chocolate and a bowl of Mama’s hot, homemade chili.
In the dimming sable night, it had begun to hail, then the bleach-white snow began to drizzle down as if cut pieces of blankets were dropped from the heavens above. All I heard through the freezing night was the hail as it tapped on my window.
One freezing cold day I was at my house playing in the pearly white snow. It was also sparkly white. My sister was wearing a shiny jet-black coat and I was wearing a shiny maroon purple coat. The street had a blanket of snow covering it.
One snowy day my brothers and I ran through the cold milky snow stopping to make a sparkling snowman and snow angels from the clear and white snow. The frozen shallow pond was impossible to break and the heavy storm covered everything with white tissue. The snowflakes made it impossible to see.
As I woke up in the morning, I looked out my window and spotted six feet of ivory snow on the auburn ground. They cancelled school that day and I was super jolly happy. So I put my apricot PJ’s back on and took a two hour siesta. Then I woke up and there was an extra two feet of snow on the ground and from that point on I slept the rest of the day.