One-Hundred-Word Wednesday: Winter Comes #amwriting #nonfiction #100wordwednesdays 

Thanks to Bikurgirl for hosting One- Hundred – Word Wednesday. 


Credit: Bikurgirl


The frost on the grass is a warning; it heralds winter’s time. It’s sunny and bright walking outside in the late morning, yet I can feel the bitter chill of the snow storm approaching, numbing my skin 

There’s a distinct bitterness in the air and it tastes like freshly fallen snow that doesn’t melt, but freezes your tongue. It’s a nip of coldness which makes you shiver long after you’re snuggled by the warmth of the fire indoors. 

 I know by night, the great pines and paved trail will be frozen and covered in cotton mounds. The frost will becomes a blanket of white remaining until spring seeps into the frozen north. 


©Mandibelle16. (2016) All Rights Reserved. 

4 thoughts on “One-Hundred-Word Wednesday: Winter Comes #amwriting #nonfiction #100wordwednesdays 

  1. bikurgurl January 15, 2017 / 1:51 am

    Oh so lovely — you really captured it! “Covered in cotton mounds” — I can even ‘feel’ it 🙂 Thank you kindly for jumping in 🙂

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    • mandibelle16 January 15, 2017 / 12:25 pm

      No worries, I’ll plan to write for your prompt if I can. 100 words is not to much, and the practice is always good! Glad you liked and have a lovely Sunday!

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      • bikurgurl January 15, 2017 / 1:13 pm

        Indeed! Hope your Sunday is wonderful as well 😊

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