Snow and Teeth
By D. N. Smith
Copyright 2011 D. Norton-Smith
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George lay on his back staring at the white sky. It was bright white even though there was no sun in sight. George’s nose had started to run and felt so cold that he thought he was breathing in icicles instead of air. His back and legs had started to get wet as the snow he lay in melted underneath him and soaked into his jeans and coat.
George and his little brother Alex had been playing in the garden for an hour. They had built a snowman that was as big as George. They had thrown snowballs at each other and built a fort out of snow. They had run around in circles to see who could go the fastest without slipping in the sludgy, muddy snow which had built up where Mum usually planted her summer flowers and strawberry plants. Then they had finally collapsed in a hot sweaty heap and made snow angels by lying on their back and moving their arms and legs up and down in the snow.