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Winter Frost

By John I. Blair

Frost is a fair reminder
That danger and beauty
Can keep close company.
Safe beside my parked car
I can admire the hexagons,
Precise crystals, emblems
Of purity, and marvel
That in my world
Liquid water equals life.
But on a highway,
Frost and ice around me,
I see beauty flee;
And my shiver of delight
Becomes anxiety.
It is illusion of control
That keeps away despair.

2003 John I. Blair  

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