Ode to the Wind

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Lo! Glorious wind, she blows
Spreading jubilation among the souls.
The wind of promise and repose;
Of Nature exhibiting a vital role.

The wind blows past her ruffled hair;
At time of dusk she looks up and stares.
The wind is gentle as if singing a prayer;
Soothing the burn of her rushing tears.

Gentle whispers of the wind;
With Nature has a perfect blend.

Hear the wind rustling the leaves;
Calming the senses when no one believes.
The wind tapping against the window;
Humming along the song of willow.

 

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  1. “..as if a prayer..”—ah, yes.. the wind is clearly like that, Sanaa. I like that you wrote about the wind as it is my favourite element. I always find connection with the wind as the sound it produce is like a bird’s prayer to my ears—humming psalms beyond sacramental faith. Thanks for the poem! This is bookmark worthy.

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  2. Big fan of your work! Keep ’em coming. I have one friend who feels uneasy in the wind, but I like your take.

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  3. It’s always soothing to look at the wind. It either soothes or expresses our emotions with its movement. In some way, I guess it also wipes tears.

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  4. Ah, Ms. Wind–she can bring destruction or jubilation, and she can bring prayers. You bring us the soft prayerful companion.

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  5. “Soothing the burn of her rushing tears”–I like the way you captured the calming nature of the wind through phrases like this one.

  6. Very lovely write, Sanaa! I really loved the lines,

    ‘Hear the wind rustling the leaves;
    Calming the senses when no one believes.’

    Made me think of fall πŸ™‚

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  7. __The fourteen lines; the rhyme pattern; the phase, and its support… here, a sonnet form is suggested. Apart from that, such a grand and earthly poem. Always, _m

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