The Weather – A poem by Enid Blyton

November is truly upon us now, and the weather seems to be all over the place. Here are some wise (and rhyming) words on the matter from Blyton.

I don’t mind the weather to-day,
It can rain or freeze,
The sky can be blue or black or grey,
There can be a breeze
Or a bitter wind or even a gale
Or a terrible storm with frozen hail!!
You see, I’ve got these –
A macintosh hat, an oilskin coat,
Wellington boots, a scarf round my throat,
A fine umbrella – and so I say,

Are you prepared for whatever the weather throws at you?

* Cati Kaoe * / Foter / CC BY-NC-SA
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