1 whose story does not interest.
The snowflake kingdom is high on the cloud. Prince Adric lives there. He doesn’t like Prince Leopold. PUSH!
Prince Leopold goes over the edge. Flutter flutter flutter down to the earth below.
King Gordon lives on the cloud. King Gordon is sleeping with Laurel, Melinda, and Amanda. They catch him at it. It’s not too hard once they take off the blindfolds. PUSH!
King Gordon goes over the edge. Flutter flutter flutter down to the earth below.
It’s their tragic destiny. It’s nature’s calamity! They have to have infighting so that we can have snow.
“Oh, Romeo,” says Juliet, who is a snowflake from a great snowflake family, “wherefore art thou Romeo?”
Romeo gives her a chilly glare. He can’t help it. He’s a snowflake. He also makes pointed remarks. It’s just part of the package.
“Look, babe. I’m just how I gotta be.”
“Well, I’m killing myself, then!” JUMP!
Juliet goes over the edge. Flutter flutter flutter down to the earth below.
“Woe is me! Nobody loves Snowflake Romeo!” JUMP!
Romeo goes over the edge. Flutter flutter flutter down to the earth below.
In the spring, it will be warmer, and the rain will fall like the blood of God, speared through the heart by a lance of sunlight, falling forever through the sky, soft as a cloud. Because that’s what it is.
In the autumn, leaves will scurry from the trees to carry out their offensive against the governments of mankind. They’re orange and red. Those are the colors of their revolution.
In the winter, King Gordon XVIII will stand before the assembled snowflakes. “Ladies and gentlemen,” he will say, and everyone will look utterly blank.
Gordon will blush. He cribbed his speech from late night television. Bad Gordon XVIII!
“Variously sexed frozen particles of water!”
“Tonight, we launch our invasion plan of the earth below.”
He gestures widely at the snow mortars; at the snow tanks; at the snow bombs, each carrying more than a teraton of explosive power, if only snowflakes had nuclear technology, which admittedly they do not. “We shall sweep them away in our wrath. We will bury them!” JUMP!
Many subjects fall.
The sergeants scowl at the others. PUSH!
The remaining subjects fall. Flutter flutter flutter down to the earth below.
“Oh no!” cried King Gordon XVIII. “We forgot our military armament. Can anyone flutter upwards?”
King Gordon XVIII hits the windshield of someone who doesn’t know how to drive in the snow. Splat.
This is everybody’s world.