Happily Ever After
Sliding through the paper thin snow,
My jacket off in the too warm air.
The air smells fresh,
Almost like spring.
It is too early for the reassurance that summer is coming
It is already mid-January,
The ground is puzzled by the change in temperature.
There is little history of snow this season,
But there are more pages of gas receipts in million of 3 inch books.
I wish for snow and cold,
Just like Vermont should be.
Wishes are never granted out of the blue,
They are worked for.
The biggest change needs to be made by us, humans.
Let’s slow the rush of gas pumps
Let’s hear many doors being opened to one car
Let’s hear many bicycle bells being rung
Let’s hear more shoes patting on sidewalks.
If we stop global warming everyday, we will be able to live happily ever after.