Rachel S. Heslin
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The sky thinks it's snowing, but the ground thinks it's rain.

I've been watching flakes fall outside the window, only to disappear upon contact with earth. A robin perched briefly atop the fence, seemingly bemused by the lacy ice gracing its shoulder.

Ah, now the precipitation seems to have found its identity. It is snowing, thick and fast and white, wind driving it at steep angles, shingles disappearing. Tiny, exploratory motes come visit my window before being whirled back into the storm.

My poor lilac leafbuds!

But we need snow, and I'm glad it's here.


Spring weather is like a child's face, changing three times a day.
-- Chinese proverb

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