Jearend Guyver

Snowfall Deep - Poem by Jearend Guyver

falling, lightly a breath's pressure Barely there, a night veiled quiver Melting cold, wetness on face and neck, passing shivers Black, heavy foreboding clothes Wrap mourners from head Flowing down, bowed shoulders Past chest and legs to black leather toes Whisper of priests's voice Droning on Shuffle of feet on snow Memories, shared, background sad song The coffin echoes White, bright as The snow falling light We say our last goodnight Goodnight.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 13, 2016

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