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By Mark Crocker

Snow falls with a blanket of white.
Turning the land to a winters delight.
Soft and gentle, cold and still.
Snow falls sing in the heart of delight.
Soft fluffy flakes of snow.
Gentle and cold that brings a glow.
Soft to the touch that fades away.
Soft and gentle is the snow.
Silent is the air as snow falls.
A heavy stillness that waits for more.
Flakes that fall from the sky.
Covering all that needs to be hid.
Pure white is each new flake.
Never the same shape of flake will fall again.
Each one is a gift to be held.
Each flake is as we are, different from each other.
So let it snow and hide with each new flake.

©circa 2001 Mark Crocker

(I am not sure when I wrote this but I was still working at Heavenly at the time so it would have been before the end of 2001.)

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