In the busyness of life in our hyper-connected world we often forget to take moments to just be still. This line was inspired by that idea of beauty in stillness - of taking moments where our movement pauses and we can be still. Much like the world on a cold midwinter morn where the rush of the streams has quieted into ice and the crisp air holds frozen branches in place. Life will soon burst forth again, but for a brief moment it holds still.