Jack Frost

In the dead of  night on icy blasts, stalks quiet across the fur white grass. Painting slowly then the silver drive, turning stones of day to jewels of night.
Polar breath on windows cold, etching maps and icons of the north, steel fingers probing cracks and gaps, invades the warmth in cracks and snaps, so those tucked in their narrow beds pull covers over sleepy heads

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