"Some, too fragile for winter winds The thoughtful grave encloses -- Tenderly tucking them in from frost Before their feet are cold." (E. Dickinson in Some, too fragile ....) (Liège (B)
“Brown suit case in the corner:
Where have you been?
Circle around the terminal.
Hide what’s within.
What to take when I move from this place,
and what to leave behind?”
(K. More in Suitcase)
(Bob Dylan in When he returns)
a soul its quick and few bendable
perhaps a king
not to hold snow
not to hold flowers”
(J. Hirshfield in A chair in snow)