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First Line: Wind-blown hair about your face
Last Line: You vanished in a swirl of snow.
Subject(s): Skiing


Wind-blown hair about your face,
Diana of the skiing chase,
Up the hill you come to me
Lithe of limb and laughingly;
Deep blue sky above your head,
Deep white snow for you to tread;
Red as sumacs by the trail
Shone your lips without avail.
Up the hill you came to me
Rising from a snowy sea,
Up the hill you came, then, lo!
You vanished in a swirl of snow.





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