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the woolen hatIt started with the hat.
I wear my hair up underneath the hat, so it almost looks like I have short hair. Actually, some people are still surprised when I wear my hair down. Sometimes I get surprised too. It almost reaches the middle of my back again. Time to cut it. But for now, it remains under the hat.
The hat was a gift from a casual acquaintance. No. Almost a good friend. I think the hat brought her over the line of casual acquaintance into the "friend" category. She bought me the hat on a whim, then proceeded to laugh at me as my umbrella managed to fold itself inside out and around the telephone pole. Wind, thou art my enemy. So I abandoned the umbrella to the furies of Sister Wind and walked with Allie back to my place.
None of it makes sense. She is a nice girl, but I am not sure that ther was a point of her being in my life, except to bring me the hat. No one excpects what happens next, and it never (or very rarely) seems to make sense. I think that the gods laugh
.:the snowline:.she is the snow line.
up there on her mountain top.
you can't breathe around her, for
crystallizes and is captured forever
within her lips, and those perfect,
she sees all,
yet she does nothing.
the glacier she rests upon holds her up
and bars her away from us.
i want to touch her.
watch her melt.
watch her features soften
and blur under the heat of pleasure.
until she is liquid.
and her snow line gives way to summer.
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