The First Snowflake

 /   /  By Emma Birches
Stone Soup Magazine
November/December 2000

by Sarah Kim Perry

At midnight today, the first snowflake fell
Wandering through miles of clear December air.
It blew onto my windowpane
And lay there, a silent witness
To the candlelight twinkling within
And the stars without.

The First Snowflake Sarah Kim Perry

Sarah Kim Perry, 11
Bethesda, Maryland

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