Finally the frost
came down the long hills.
Roads named after numbers,
clambering home for Christmas.
restless but warm,
a hazy window candle,
still a shiver in the sheets.

And lonely on the mountain,
dim in the distance,
an irreplaceable glow,
that falling snow,
that western skyline
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Park that car
Drop that phone
Sleep on the floor
Dream about me
got any more of it???
Sorry if Ive offended some kind of Punk God I should brush up on my Commandments of Punk maybe copy down the Punk Bible a few thousand times so I don't forget again sorry for my error O Punk Master Of All Things That Are Punk .
I wanted you to develop the second stanza more. The imagery is so strong and specific in the first, but it feels ambiguous in the second. I wanted something more specific about the glow, as I was somewhat confused as to whether it was the skyline or something on the mountain. The glow/snow rhyme didn't work for me either.

Overall though, your imagery is very enjoyable and well executed.
The end was a bit of a let down after the striking images created in the first stanza. It just sort of...trails off, I guess; which ruins any chance of this leaving a lasting impression.
the glow of a western skyline is something in itself. maybe ill try to describe it more in another piece but i kind of want this to end with everything still in front of it. maybe that's not a good decision but for now at least, it is what feels right.

thanks everyone
michal, ill read your next one and try to get a little something in on it.

you're such a good writer. i want to read books of your words while lying in bed listening to soft music.

thanks especially for that. its too kind. im humbled.
it really means a whole lot that you think that.
Anatomy Anatomy
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Park that car
Drop that phone
Sleep on the floor
Dream about me
Last edited by jiminizzle at Dec 11, 2009,
This is how I feel as well about this. The imagery is so gentle and soft I do feel like i'm in bed, reading in bed.

don't know if you did this on purpose but i'd love the end with a fullstop.
Actually, I liked the second stanza better,
the image may not be as elaborate, but the first stanza really just describes a standard snowy night in the boondocks,
but instead of trying to enlighten us on new pictures, the second stanza really reminds me of the image I know I've seen before,
makes me appreciate it again, really

well done, at any rate