Alan Ingranazzio (3 May 1966 / Russia, Siberia)
Out of doors high snowdrift lies all around.
Hidden inside could never be found.
This came to my mind in cloudy day,
When hide and seek we began to play.
I hid myself and could thole a shroud of snow
And soon I fell asleep and I saw
Myself at home in parent's embrace.
When I was awoke, was already dark,
And a big dog was licking my face.
I ran after him to the city park
Proposing him to play,
But my new friend had another plan
And decided to run away.
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