Once Upon an Everlasting Snow

Once upon an everlasting snow,

I gaze out from a tower of cold.

Warm on the outside my heart remains frozen, 

Hearts line up from the dozen.

Her smile I cannot bear

because I must tear

the tower of cold.


I love her I do,

but my ambitions remain true

to the prospects I must obtain

the Kingdom of Frost I must regain

from the "monster" of Southern Isles

in denial, far in miles.


The complexitiy of her ambidexerity,

to call upon ice and snow. 

My once warm body 

now chivers for the love of snow.

I can never melt your frozen heart.

The tears I shed will only crack

the heart you froze on that cold railroadtrack.








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