Don’t complain!

Do you think not

It is too hot

In the Uk today

I would say

Last week I was bold

To you I told

That it was too cold by far

The snow was falling

And cars were crawling

Then the wind

Did not rescind

A storm filled the sky

And I could see why

We were not so cheery

Oh deary

The weather

Holds us together it’s true

When were blue

Brits love to chat

About this and that

But to cope with weather

Drives us to the end of our tether!

Once it’s boiling

Now it’s freezing

Our climate just likes teasing

So the best thing to do

To see it through

Is wear your swim suit

You know you look cute

And warm coat always keep handy

To wear on days

When the chills have their ways

And an umbrella to hand

Is just grand

Big wellington boots too

So I say to you

Don’t worry about the climate today

Just walk away

And some fun

In the sun

Or ski down a slope

There is always hope

The weather will be better another day!

Author: rosyhaze

I became interested in poetry about a year ago and try to write about things from my heart that are associated with events in my life or events going on in the World at large or closer to home. I am a visual artist and still am to a certain extent having exhibited some of my work as a visually impaired artist using sponges to paint. I have lost most of my eyesight in recent years to advanced glaucoma and my vision is now very limited I am finding my creativity now evolving in writing poetry and hope to publish my own book of verse in the future. I have a blog page on Wordpress where I share my poetry, art, photography, thoughts and favourite quotes and prayers at https://rosypoems.com

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