Cold Lace In The Sky - Poem by Vera Sidhwa
Lace was a Snowflake?
Let me show you something in the sky.
I told the snowflake I'll it by and by.
But the snowflake insisted.
And he and I twisted.
Suddenly this snowflake and I
Were in a vast region called the sky.
This snow version of lace
Put an amazed smile on my face.
It looked like lace.
But the snow lace covered the sky.
I tried to clutch it by and by.
But it alluded me.
I couldn't even it hardly see.
But how can snow look like lace?
This question I had to face.
Now the snow lace surrounded me
In this snowy sky so white and pretty.
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