Winter Requiem

Scratchy fingers
of a hoarfrost wind
steal
my breath.

And a gaunt
black squirrel,
perched on
a gnarled bone
of a tree
bereft
of autumn’s dress,
chatters at me
angrily.

As if it were
I
who buried
his food,
beneath
drifting mounds
of cold white death.

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