This piece gives me a sense of freedom that i wish I could hold on to. It is lovely in its complete whimsical joy. At first I expected this to be a piece of mourning but it turned ouot to be quite the opposite and that transition made me fall in love with the poem.
The was very beutifuly and elegently written. It has the since of sadness tied to it but at the same time a feeling of relife and resolve and alowing to move on. I think that is what mkes this peice so strong and powerfull. This beutifuly shows how a death can be a new begging in a since instead the standard end that many like to show it as and this is very refreshing to those who have had this happen so closly to them. Great work on this, keep it up!
well i live in alaska so i can relate to all teh snow. lol. I like this alot. I like how you wrote of death as a release and an expansion rather than an end. The only thing that does not make sense to is "Her strength now gone as The she leaves her mortal" I don't know if this is a typo or meant to read "The She."