Morhardt Carmen Mencita Monoi Angel

(11.06.1960 / Philippines Manila)

WIND ETERNAL AND EVER LASTING WIND


Wind eternal and ever lasting Wind
Wherever on earth..there is the element wind

How powerful the strength of the wind
Uplifting a tremendeous deadly tidal wave
Pushing heavy clouds over mountain chain
Magically turning into heavy storm and rain

How fascinating the songs of the wind
Carrying up high the bird on spread wings
Looking almost like the shape of a fairy
So incredibly languishing and airy

How wonderful the feeling of decreasing wind
Blowing incessantly through the season of spring
Blooming flowers seem to shiver in a dance
As falling into a very special kind of trance

How enchanting to play with the wind
The heat blow still lingers
Kite surfs speeding up to be safe
Sails boat surfing on the crown of the wave

How subdued when watching the wind
Reminder of natural forces
Elements like earth wind and fire
For sure they will never ever tire

Wind eternal and ever lasting wind
wherever on earth..there is the element wind…..

Submitted: Wednesday, July 16, 2008

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