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oh, wind August 28, 2008

Posted by Dine Racoma in My Poetry, Soulful Thoughts.
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by Dine Racoma

the wind I can’t see
but I can feel it
it is there, I am sure
caressing my face
almost a kiss
enveloping my whole being
a warm embrace
making me feel alive
glow, delight, smile
a pleasant rendezvouz

it blows intensely at times
and I am swept away
bringing me to heights never imagined
I forget myself
take me, please do, I plead
then i go with the flow of the wind
to the south, to the north
to the east, to the west
a dizzying union
with the wind, my wind

wake me up, when it becomes too much
more than what I can handle
and bring me back to earth
where I truly belong
my feet firmly on the ground
be the wind that gently blows
the wind that I can feel
always there, even if I can’t see
always there, never to go away
to caress my face, envelop my whole being

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Comments»

1. myepinoy - August 28, 2008

Why
I‘m
Not
Desolate and
Sad.

WINDS unseen but felt.

2. Fitch - August 28, 2008

I like this! It reminds me of something I wrote once about wanting to be the wind …
“For in such you would never see me coming
nor would you ever see me leave
but the power of my presence you would always feel
and miss.”
Now I have the urge to search through my writings and post the poem in its entirety!

3. manilenya - August 28, 2008

Oh! you just lost with the wind🙂
beautiful poem…

4. precious - September 4, 2008

amazing

5. wind « Poems from the Heart - September 16, 2009

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