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heavy wet snow

swirling through sky

dripping from trees

clinging to jagged bark

tiny flakes holding hands

forming a cold blanket

covering the silent world

a sparkling shroud

single set of footprints

crosses  the yard

drawn by the  glow of

light from the window

little yellow cat

begs to come into

warmth of the house


Goodness, I’m late.  Linking this to Friday Flash 55 with G-Man and d’Verse Poets Thursday challenge.

14 thoughts on “Snow

  1. Yeah, but I’ll bet she lives in a perfectly good house just down the block.

    I had to put a message on the tags of one of my cats. “Please don’t let him in your house.” He acts like such a refugee, even though he’s obviously well cared for, though maybe a little over weight.

    • We had a cat like that when I was growing up. Two or three of the neighbors had been putting food out for an obviously well-fed overweight neutered cat. 🙂

  2. smiles…my kitten did not like the snow…he is 6 months old and this was his first experience last weekend…his paws are finally clean though…smiles…

    love how the snow makes a fresh canvas…which def makes the footprint pop as well…

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