I have a manuscript that I wrote a couple winters ago. It’s perfect for today, since it’s freezing and snowy outside.
It’s called Snow Crash. It hasn’t been edited recently, but I will share it here anyway. Use your imagination for pictures… not an artist AT ALL ha!
Snowman: Look at me! I am almost a beautiful snowman!
Snowflake (falling from sky): Ahhh! I’m falling! Oh no, oh no! I’m falling to my doom!
Snowman: Almost, but not quite. What’s missing? I have a carrot nose.
Snowflake: Woe is me! Woe is me! Tell my dad I love him!
Snowman: I have my two black eyes and smile of coal.
Snowflake: Someone help me! I’m dying! I can’t stop! Mom?!?!
Snowman: I already have my scarf, and I have my hat.
Snowflake: Okay, this is a really long way down. A really really long way down!
Snowman: I have my right stick hand.
Snowflake: Okay, this is the longest possible route to my doom.
Snowman: I have my left stick hand.
Snowflake: Oh dear! Oh no! Ahhhh! Here it comes! Please remember me!!
Snowman: It’s just… something is missing, I can feel it!
Snowflake: It’s over! I see a light… should I go to the light?!
Snowman: Just a small detail is missing.
Snowflake: Ahhh! I feel faint! I feel parched, I think. What does parched mean??!
Snowman: Someone give me my missing piece! What’s my missing piece?
Snowflake (scared): Ahhhhhhhh!!!!
Snowman (frustrated): Ahhhhhhhhh!!
(Snowflake gently falls on the top of the snowman’s head. Both of them look relieved.)
Snowflake: Awwwww, this big pile of snow has caught me. I feel so alive!
Snowman: Awww, this little snowflake has completed me!
(Both snowman and snowflake): Phewww.