I had my poem published through the Art Ascent Magazine. The theme was white and I came up with this poem. I hope you like it.
Then ever so softly,
A snowflake whispered its descent
And graced my cheek with a feathery kiss.
I lifted my face to the sky
As one by one each flake fluttered by,
And painted my lashes in ermine-white.
I stuck out my tongue,
Catching a nibble of wetness,
And savored each morsel of childish fondness.
Faster and faster,
The powdery sugar spilled from the sky,
And danced throughout the winter night.
My toes had curled into frozen cubes,
For pillows of fluff had filled my boots,
As I twirled around to the snow fairy’s tune.
I disappeared in the snow globe of whiteness,
Except for the glistening of my angel wings,
And my footprints in the brightness of snow.