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If I were a Snowflake
By Rachel Sharp
Genre: Poetry

Dictated to Janelle Sharp:

If I were a snowflake
I would tumble down from the sky
and I would land on a bunch of other snowflakes.

If I were a heavy snowflake
I would fall really fast and land on a horse.

I would be a circle-shaped snowflake.

If I were a snowflake I would be the head of a snowflake.

I would be the first of other snowflakes to touch the ground that winter.

Collage by Rachel Sharp, 7 years old

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