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Poems About: WIND

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  • 109.

    when the dragonfly
    got lost in the woods,
    the wind accommodated it
    pushing it towards read more »

  • 110.

    Sahara desert is coming with its dry wind
    Dry wind that desiccates the skin
    See it come with its cold wind
    Cold wind that makes oil sleep in tin read more »

    YoungBen Ulebor
  • 111.
    Voices Of The Wind

    Wind chimes and tree leaves
    Voices of the wind

    Bulrushes, birdwings read more »

    David Whalen
  • 112.
    Breaking Free

    As I take the wind in my grasp,
    but all that I am doing is running laps
    Racing the wind,
    Hoping I will be fast. read more »

    Rebekah Hedquist
  • 113.
    In Solitude Walk Free

    I in solitude walk free of publicity nets
    in moonlit nights I bask in moonbeams
    wind whispers love songs in my ears read more »

    Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
  • 114.

    Though some wind strikes catastrophic end
    some blows concrete chills
    some are ferocious as fire
    gists no gust at all read more »

    Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan
  • 115.
    Alpine Traverse Gale Force Memories To Cherish

    wind whips up dust devils mini waltz tornadoes
    wind chill thrills when hiking high alpine mountains
    wind stings exposed eyes in entire encompasses read more »

    Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
  • 116.
    The breeze of winds

    Listen to The breeze of winds,
    Opening the skin to smooth sensation of chilled air read more »

    Thabo Rasego
  • 117.
    how do you expect this kite to fly in the wind?

    my friend, how do you expect this kite to fly in the wind

    its long tail is disconnected from its body like a tree without roots
    its paper is thin, its skeletons too soft to stand against the wind read more »

  • 118.

    from somewhere the wind blow
    follow by the cloud so gay
    you can hear its laughter from far away
    follow by lightning so fierce read more »

    josephine lee
  • 119.
    Still women love men

    Wind in spring blows;
    Petals wither.
    Wind in summer blows;
    Fruits fall down. read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 120.
    Autumn wrote

    Today rain poured down

    Today also read more »

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