I Haven't Seen You In A Long Time
You certainly keep us guessing
What we think we know is hidden
What we want is slowly gone
I scratch my head and think
How long will you stay?
It is not like I don't like you
You always come at short notice
You can be a little bit dangerous and cause some trouble
Most of the time you just slow me down
I sometimes enjoy your theatrical flair
You like to show off and strut your stuff
You cover a lot of ground
I can't say your not good at what you do
Because I don't know anyone that can do what you do
You are kind of a jokester
Funny at heart
Outrageous and over the top
Grand in nature and nothing is too big for you
Maybe you will be here for a day or two
The change in weather brings you to town
You came late last night and are still here today
After a few days, I am sure you will leave
Quietly like when you snuck in
Nobody seen you come
Nobody will see you go
We sometimes are confused and bewildered
Some people have a few other names for you
For me, you will always be simply
DREAM ON (author) on December 22, 2020:
Ann Carr I think fog and snow are close cousins. They both keep us on our toes and are full of surprises. Driving home the other night got a bit scary. I cut my speed down from 65 to 60 miles an hour. It is hard to drive into the unknown. My normal drive goes from an hour and a half to almost two hours. It makes me appreciate the good driving on other days. Thank you so much for reading and sharing. The fog has left and it might be heading your way.(lol) Have a beautiful holiday and may the fun never stop.
Ann Carr from SW England on December 21, 2020:
Great atmospherics! I actually thought it was snow to start with!
Fog is so disorienting isn't it? I hate driving in it as all the usual kerb side cues are gone. It's like driving in midair.
Merry Christmas to you and happy new year; let's hope it's a better one!
DREAM ON (author) on December 21, 2020:
DW Davis I'm in a fog most of the time even when the fog is long gone. At least for a few days, I get to blame it on the real thing. Thank you for making me laugh too. We already had fourteen inches in the last storm. I hope you are doing well. Merry Christmas and have a Happy New Year.
DW Davis from Eastern NC on December 21, 2020:
Thanks for the smile this morning. Very clever poem. I was expecting the visitor to be snow. You got me, thought. I guess it was the fog of not having had my coffee yet.