Let It Come

Here’s to getting up, going out, and exploring the snowy paths of our lives … from The Writer’s Almanac this morning:

SNOW: I
by C.K. Williams

All night, snow, then, near dawn, freezing rain, so that by morn-
ing the whole city glistens
in a glaze of high-pitched, meticulously polished brilliance, every-
thing rounded off,
the cars submerged nearly to their windows in the unbroken drifts
lining the narrow alleys,
the buildings rising from the trunklike integuments the wind has
molded against them.
Underlit clouds, blurred, violet bars, the rearguard of the storm,
still hang in the east,
immobile over the flat river basin of the Delaware; beyond them,
nothing, the washed sky,
one vivid wisp of pale smoke rising waveringly but emphatically
into the brilliant ether.
No one is out yet but Catherine, who closes the door behind her
and starts up the street.

————–

Sudden change.  A storm comes upon us, and everything is different, forevermore.

RIP Sheila, you have started up the street.

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