Descriptive Essay: The Beauty Of Snow

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When the wind begins to nip at your face, when the sky becomes a light grey, when all life seems to be hidden away, one knows that there is a high chance of snow. Plants seem to lose their color and become as barren as that of the sky. Animals and humans seem to burrow up from the cold weather outside. But one can only anticipate the white flurry substance coming from the sky. Snow is a magical thing. It acts like an angel, fluttering down from the sky with such grace and elegance and softly lands on the earth. Over time, the snow clumps together creating a white blanket covering the ground. Snow is truly a remarkable site, however, those who never see snow regularly miss its beauty. I live in an area that rarely ever gets snow and it is very disappointing during the winter time. This winter, however, was different from the rest for we had two visits of snow. I never realized how much curiosity …show more content…

The day was just after my brother’s birthday and we had just finished celebrating his birthday. My brother was more surprised, however, by the amount of snow that covered the yards outside. We both awoke to a sight much more impressive than that of December, a white landscape obscuring everything laying on the ground, including the cars. My brother and I changed faster than firemen getting ready for a rescue, as we ran outside to see the fascinating snow that surrounded our neighborhood. Three inches of pure fluffy snowflakes covered as far as my eye could see. Soon, my neighbors also came outside to discover the masterpiece that lay in front of them. Children of all ages brought out sleds and began sliding down our hill. My dog began jumping and running around like a scared rabbit as he ran through the thick snow. Up and down the street families were playing outside, laughing and having a good time The delight and happiness that filled our neighborhood was something truly

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