Tears of the Snow Queen

Posted: January 14, 2016 in Uncategorized
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Image by Brian Fuller here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie snow drops by taleweavering

 

It’s always winter in the land by the hand of the Snow Queen. She ices the trees, the ground and every dwelling of mouse and fox with a fluffy frosting of ice and snow. The rays of a distant, subdued sun turn the snow into diamond dust sparkling and dancing to the North Wind’s tune. A scene of such pristine beauty the Queen herself almost blushes with pleasure.

In the land far away it will soon be March Equinox and time for her annual visit to her sister, Fairy Spring. Though she loves her sister, they are so different; one is cool, reserved and lovely in white and the other warm, dressed in gypsy colors and adorned with touches of gold. The Queen’s visits are short for Spring’s joie de vivre will begin to thaw her snowy heart.

They part with tender kisses and fond farewells. As the Snow Queen rides back to her country she cries for sadness at their cruel but necessary separation. The North Wind gathers her tears and sows them over Spring’s fields of white. The snowdrops grow, brave and vigorous, to remind Spring of her sister’s love.

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Comments
  1. oh this is lovely! I thought about my sister 🙂

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  2. This is a beautiful, touching story. You have woven a wonderful tale. A bittersweet ending that befits the story.
    Thank you so much for participating in Tale Weavers.

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  3. This is lovely Debi, such beautiful images and connection to the seasons, relationships and nature…so well done…

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  4. Anusha Das says:

    its like visualizing some animated tale,beautiful

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