A January Poem: Igloos

Ice and snow, tinseled terrain illuminates.
ray boots borrow knots of snow, flurries stuffed between the tangled patterns of the sole.
onely igloo, frozen bricks staggered in a pallid fresco.
ut, open, a peeking entryway
range light trickles as a fire flickers, and wanderers approach.
tamped footprints leave behind the printed journey, like a silkscreen or icy talisman.

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