The beauty of the season is in its quietude, like a mother making a bed. A little at a time, the snow plies its way down, in no hurry, melting as it lands, accumulating in patches only in the coldest places. Maybe you celebrate a flake on the tongue or eyelash, maybe you raise your hood and want summer. But all around you the whispering winter hangs lace on branch and awning.

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