In an upside-down garden
As always, you have gotten me thinking.
I enjoy how in your first two stanzas, you do create that coldness, that "static hell", but it moves on to so much more.
I must admit, the fourth stanza was my favorite, you seem to personalize the poem here, throwing in the use of "I", making it seem more reflective, and adding in a.. feeling of some sort, some connection that I can't put my finger on exactly.
You have definitely grown as a writer, and I sit here and read this, I remember Helium Balloon, reading that for the first, second, third, and so on, times.
Definitely my first and not my last read of this one.