If there were no winters, there would be no snow.
Christmas wouldn't possess its pure magical glow.
There wouldn't be ice, snowflakes, igloos or Eskimos,
Or frosty nights with soothing cups of hot coa-coa.
If there were no winters, life wouldn't be the same.
Summer, Spring, and Fall would all seem too tame.
There'd be a missing piece, for which we had no name;
And another life's memories, of which we couldn't claim.
If there were no winters, what would Summer oppose?
To the hot, humid months, we'd be overexposed.
Therefore, the cons will always outweigh the pros.
As for this debate, now is the time to foreclose.