Winter Chimes All Over
Curling up inside the purple blanket
Just like a cute tiny maroon centipede
Melancholic drips were rushing in
My cosy comfy mind at god speed.
I wondered what gum it was
That shut my left eye
Which i could hardly open wide
Amorphous powder of my dead scale,
At the tips
Of my tightened lips,
Made it look so white and pale.
Bumps all over as i stepped down,
With my foot
Ransacking for the fur carpet that was brown.
As I walked up to the glass window,
Which turned translucent
With my warm breathe blow
And there i made tiny hearts and smileys
Which made the temperature grow more low
As the fireplace in the corner
Made my dull faced spirit glow.
I watched the golden fluffy kitten jump to the shelves
And talk to the finch near the door,
As the flakes of snow bent down to bow,
Kisses from heaven were bestowed,
And when i heard the jingles of bells
Along with the soulful Christmas carols
It just made me remember
That how near was our dear