The World's Wide
Anticipation's a wonderful aphrodisiac, arousal by mental faculties ; but, the same minds must react to deep cold, extreme winds, driving snow.
Birds must sense the inevitability of extreme weather approaching. Out in force early morning they've retreated to where they roost hunkered in.
Like you, I've become disenfranchised: the obvious eludes us, inescapable flees, unattainable gotten. Life's simply for us simpletons.
Ronald C. Downie