Days saturated with clear light give way to the crushing chill, one drop at a time. Looking through frozen fangs, everything outside pales compared to the warmth inside the maw. As the ice builds, one drop at a time, I worry more.
How long can the gutters shoulder this growing burden?
Someone mentioned ice dams. I am from Florida where ice is served in glasses. Here, I know it grows; as fast as the grass in summer. They dont have an ice-lawnmower though. I asked at the hardware store.