I never felt a snow flake melting on my hand
Never saw thousands of them falling from the sky
Never saw the world turn foggy and white
Never walked on land looking like one giant frozen cloud
Never felt that stabbing chill of the wind
But some part of my mind is a small snow globe
With chilly winds swirling free,
Driving plastic windmills crazy
The flakes in my snow globe refuse to melt
And the ground feels like cotton under my feet
I have a gentle piece of north pole in my mind
That defies nature
Another cavern of my imagination
Where I delude myself with the idea
What attracts you doesn’t always hurt.
Written for Sue Vincent’s Thursday photo prompt.
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