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Rated: E · Poetry · Spiritual · #1190169
Could the miracle of Heaven's message be lost on earth?


*Snow3*          Imprisoned on wind,          
         filtered by cumulus,          *Snow2*
lofty, lilting crystalline
*Snow1*                    creatures prance.                    

 Parading tiny prisms flit; *Snow3*
their bliss romance,
*Snow2*          float, twirl and fade before          
                   immaculate birth sends                    *Snow1*
Heaven's message
*Snow3* to the naked earth. 

         Gentle air leave my lungs          *Snow2*
so I can inhale their essence,
*Snow1*                    that sweet bounty from above,                    
 to take shelter on my eager tongue. *Snow3*

Puffed white clumps
*Snow2*          to the naked eye belie          
                   intricate beauty, deployed                    *Snow1*
and destroyed by union;
*Snow3*          lay into icy white ground          
 amid the amalgamated kin. *Snow2*


*Snow1**Snow1**Snow2*  *Snow2**Snow1**Snow3*  *Snow3**Snow1**Snow1*  *Snow2**Snow2**Snow1*  *Snow3**Snow3**Snow1*  *Snow1**Snow2**Snow1*  *Snow1**Snow3**Snow3*  *Snow1**Snow1**Snow2*  *Snow1**Snow1**Snow3*  *Snow3**Snow1**Snow1*  *Snow2*





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Personifying Snowflakes  (E)
Snowflakes can amuse or annoy, depending on who's narrating and the audience.
#2071629 by Brian Is A Writer


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