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January 21, 2007


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Very nice!

"As a snowflake melts in a toasty palm,
Freshly freed from its mitten." - don't ask me why... I just love this sentence. It was the "starter" of your story. From that point, I took off the ground and fell into the snow of childhood. Images "popped"... just like in a movie.

I'm cold now, typing this comment wthitrhhhti my gloves onononnonn! ; )


Thanks, Luc! It was fun to write. I haven't written a poem in awhile, let alone something this free.

Go have some hot chocolate and defrost. ;)


lol :)
Last year when it snowed we made little snow men as hood ornaments for all the vans :)


Inconsequential — "hood ornaments for all the vans" — that's hilarious! I hope you photographed it. :)

And thanks for visiting!

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