The Sensory Significance of Snow




Velour my tongue, infinity frost
my eyelashes. Crystallize this sky
with the ache of silence.

The world’s a sugar whirl
-wind, a quiet-spun un,

the sweetest flutter-spill of flake
and flight. Melt star tears against my
skin. Whisper me a shiver song,

every note its own
…………ivory limb.


Prompted by Quickly in November, day 22



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3 Responses to The Sensory Significance of Snow

  1. gypsy snow says:

    I love this.

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