Jack Frost often hurts the poor, pinching too hard their fingers and toes.
"It is time I was on my round," said Jack Frost, in a snappy, sharp tone.
Very little will keep Jack Frost out, if he has not yet been in, either in the garden or the house.
Jack Frost has done a good deal of this rock-splitting on his own account.
Could you look into their eyes you would see how they sparkle with the memories of youth that Jack Frost has recalled.
Jack Frost is a good helper to the ploughman and the farmer.
The Fairies stop short before Jack Frost, and make him a low bow.
"I'm afraid they are bitten a little by Jack Frost," he said.
Jack Frost comes and goes, and leaves many plants (especially those planted the previous autumn) half jumped out of the ground.
"And that's why Jack Frost bit little Russ," asserted the voice.