“The Significance of Snow,” Ensign, Jan. 1985, 25
For want of this God used all:
Wind, water, absence of fire
And presence of sun, ice, earth.
Wrought, ribbed, patterned: reflected
In whole and part, His wisdom.
To fall like white stars, turning
Palely, each dying lustre
Foreseen, planned for chance, each new
Crystal folding light in, out,
Living through the ebbing pulse
Of fall, the stop, the single
Final iridescent change.