LIKE A BLANKET, I COVER YOU
Down from the clouds, upon you I fall,
Light and fluffy but cold I am called.
To the rain I am related, to start out soft,
As the earth gets warmer, then am I lost.
Like a blanket I cover you, not so warm you will know,
White as a marshmallow, not as heavy it is told.
Throw me you can or watch as I come down,
Not much noise do I make as I touch the ground.
I’ll go away for a while you see,
But come back I will, for I’m always to be.