New York, USA
She struggled to get her fleece on,
But those wings just got in her way,
She needed to dress up warmly,
So she could go outside and play.
Pulling her boots on her little feet,
And her hat down over her ears,
She ran out the door in a flurry,
To a choir of sweet angel cheers.
Their halos atilt on their little heads,
As they flew around in the sky,
Giggling as they tumbled about,
A sparkle in each little eye.
Soon some were skiing down rainbows,
And some were skating on stars,
Others were sledding down a hill,
Faster than most earthly cars.
These tiny little cherubs,
With faces all aglow,
Leaving heartprints everywhere,
Called Angels in the snow.