Don’t Let The Ice Melt

January 14th, 2012 by Magdalena Tabor

Do you think there’s any

In Vermont?

The kind that falls from

The sky,

Not machine made.

I could gather a cluster,

A myriad of flakes

On just one mitten,

If there’s enough for

One mitten,

And gaze upon

The rarity of snow.


Do you think I could

Bring some home, she asked,

Eyes widening

At the wonderment of it all,

The glacier

On her outstreched palm

Melting under her breath.

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2 Responses to “Don’t Let The Ice Melt”

  1. Cinderella Says:

    Listen, I am anonymous & I don’t want anyone to know I’m male &, well and Gay – there I said it. I also don’t want to be a cliche & say I absolutely love your poetry but I do – This & I love ny is your best. I’m not done yet….

  2. magdalena Says:

    Thanks, Cinderella. I appreciate your honesty. Don’t worry about the ugly stepsisters.

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