Today I remembered one of my favourite prayer books by Edward Hays, called Prayers for a Planetary Pilgrim (1989, Forest of Peace Books) and looked into it for its winter psalms. Here are some tidbits from "A Winter Wonderland Psalm" (p. 124) for your enjoyment. I'm going to be praying some other winter psalms this week, I think...
...Be still, my soul, like a winter landscape
which is wrapped in the white prayer shawl
of silent snow fringed with icy threads....
Be still, my gypsy mind,
from your whirling like a perpetual gyroscope,
constantly restless, ever on the move....
Be still, my being,
so that, like Lewis Carroll's Alice,
you may, with grace, find the tiny, hidden doorway
that leads to Wonderland.
Be still so that you can discover slowly, day by day,
that God and you are one,
to know in that Wonder-of-Wonderlands
who you really are.