In almost total white-out, the opposite of night
Images can still emerge through this eerie light
Over in the distance… is that what I can see?
A wolf crossing the snow-covered field – or does the snow tease me?
And over by the fence there… is that someone’s shoe?
Actually, unless my eyes play tricks, I think there may be two.
And right here in the foreground, there’s a face as clear as day…
It looks like a flattened snowman – well, that’s all I can say.
The snow, the light, my mind, my sight – they all tell me something’s there
But is what I see what I see… well that’s not entirely clear…
Hi Tom! 🙂
I’ve got quite a blizzard going here – did you leave the skylight open??? 😉
Good poem my friend!!! 🙂
Hehehe… I may have done, Prenin, only I can’t find the room that the skylight’s in!!!
And thank you!
Is the back door locked? Br-r-r-r
Which back door, Tess? 😉
Check ALL the doors, Tom. The back one(s) are what people usually forget. 😀
I check them once, and then check them twice, Tess. Gotta find out who’s naughty and nice. Erm, hang on…
😀 😀 😀
Very nice verse, Tom. I could almost hear that ghostly wolf howling, but maybe it was a smoke alarm going off over here instead.
Quite possibly, LA… I’ve heard that wolf-howl-sounding smoke alarms are all the rage now!
And thank you!
My teeth just chattered……
Very cool, literally! The shoes are a little disturbing, though. I don’t think snowmen wear shoes…
Thanks, Diane. I though the shoes were a bit of an odd touch as well, but went with them anyway…!
It was Icewolf! HoooOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooWWWWWWWWWWWWWWwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!
Then again….it’s amazing what can be seen in the Grinds and the overall grounds of the Mansion!! 🙂
You’ve howled off the page again, Icewolf! Hehehe.
Yes, the Grinds are home to some strange sights.
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