Mark Adrian Adonay

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Wind and Nature Poem by Mark Adrian Adonay


The blow of the wind gently breathes;
Seeing the bountiful rivers
And the yellow woods
As the color of the sunset-
Shining.
As he flies like a dove,
Facing the green earth;
The trees, vales and mountains-
Abiding.
But after;
When men's thought commenced,
And reigned the hand of ages:
The earth, Oh! the earth-
When the wind's eyes opened;
It's breeze turned into mourning,
He wept.
For he saw the earth
And nature's loss.

Submitted: Friday, February 28, 2014
Edited: Friday, March 07, 2014

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