Another Winter Poem
In silence they come tumbling down
tossing twirling to the ground.
Hours pass. . . the piles grow higher.
Snowflake Souffle is what you desire!?!
In wonderment I sit and stare
at Mother Nature's creative flair.
In the far off clouds I see
a glistening white menagerie.
There's an arctic fox, an albino deer,
a great white bear, yet have no fear.
For in the clouds they'll prance about
'til the north winds blow-w-w them out.
To the earth they'll make their way,
this icy creation—more Snowflake Souffle!
Snowflake Souffle. . . so fluffy and light.
C'est magnifique! A beautiful sight!
© 2008 K.S.D.
The original version of this poem, also represented in this blog, was written for family and friends in December of 2008.