It makes a crunchy sound when you step on it.
It looks like tears when it lands on your face.
It's really just frozen water but there's something more.
It looks like angels crying down from heaven.
It feels like little fluffy teardrops on your hand.
It seems like the world just might collapse from the beauty
Of a whirlwind.
I've always put my head on its side.
I look at the world upside-down.
Sometimes I find myself doing this
When I don't even know.
When you do that when it snows,
You have no idea how miraculous it is,
It looks like snow's falling into the sky.
Can you see
What I'm really like just by looking at me.
Can you tell what kind of things I'm thinking
Or what things I'd rather be doing.
But I wish I could see you and know you in person.
I'd like to meet you someday, but for now,
I'll just write meaningless words on your screen.
That's what I'll do.
A stupid, childish poem will have to do.
Because I love you.
And I want to show you
What I want you to see.
Because I'm not like
Anyone you've ever met before.
And sometimes my world
Looks like snow falling into the sky.
Does anyone else see themselves reading this
And in your head,
It comes out as a song?
Like "the time of my life?"
Because that's what I'm hearing,
Now that I think about it.
Some songs are insane.
Some songs don't even make sense.
But some songs, very rare songs,
Are amazing and impossible,
Like snow falling into the sky.
Omigosh, where did that come from? I'm usually not that attentive! That was so cool; it's like a sudden spark of poetry just hit my brain! Woah. I wonder if I could do that again...tell me if you thought that was good. I might be able to do more of that! Who knows? Maybe I CAN be serious from time-to-time!
(For you first-time readers, I'm really very goofy and funny, I guess today the part of my brain that controls humor is taking a snow day and giving over to the creative, more patient, more attentive part of my brain. Funny, I didn't think I had a part that did that...)
<3 and snow-covered chocolate-filled happy holidays,
Cassidy the Monisa