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snow angels – poem

February 3, 2013

a snow angel is made in an untouched bed of snow by lying on your back and then waving your arms and legs. Then your partner lifts you out
leaving the perfect image of a winged angel in the snow.

frosted breaths chasing snowflakes
catch one on the tongue, not nose
red flushed cheeks, gloved clasping hands
fresh fallen snow creaks and groans
beneath each exploring footstep

hazel eyed snow angel
waves her arms and legs
carving rounded silhouettes
then dancing inside to stomp and shake
polar bears who shed their fur

hot chocolate waits
as marshmallows relax
sidelong glances
warm intentions of
making angels of our own


From → poetry, romance

  1. This has such a warm, comforting feeling to it. Very nice.

  2. Ahhhhhhhh – lovely images, Bill; we’ve no snow here, so no snow-angels. Maybe later in the winter?

  3. I love this 🙂

  4. Awww! This is great! I absolutely love the imagery in this piece. 🙂

  5. So sweet and romantic. Filled with fond memories for me.

  6. This perfectly captures all of the images of winter.

  7. gorgeous, such magical moments captured!

  8. Wonderful! I love those polar bears shedding their fur, and that last line is tops!

  9. ha. fun piece…i love making snow angels…our snow today turned to rain and ice…it sucks…i guess i am still waiting for my snow angels…and for the warm moments afterward…smiles.

  10. aprille permalink

    Well, you seem to have the right attitude to winter, and snow: I want some now, to try this angel business 🙂
    And the polar bear dance for afters. Plus the hot chocolate.

  11. I love this – a moment as warm and sweet as the hot chocolate… marshmallows please?

  12. Very nice, Bill.

  13. I felt an hmmmmn after reading this :). Very nice imagery

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