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  • 229.
    In General

    This is about no rain in particular,
    just any rain, rain sounding on the roof,
    any roof, slate or wood, tin or clay
    or thatch, any rain among any trees,
    rain in soft, soundless accumulation,
    gathering rather than falling on the fir
    of juniper and cedar, on a lace-community
    of cobwebs, rain clicking off the rigid
    leaves of oaks or magnolias, any kind
    of rain, cold and smelling of ice or rising
    again as steam off hot pavements
    or stilling dust on country roads in August.
    This is about rain as rain possessing
    only the attributes of any rain in general.
    And this is about night, any night
    coming in its same immeasurably gradual
    way, fulfilling expectations in its old
    manner, creating heavens for lovers
    and thieves, taking into itself the scarlet
    of the scarlet sumac, the blue of the blue
    vervain, no specific night, not a night
    of birth or death, not the night forever
    beyond the frightening side of the moon,
    not the night always meeting itself
    at the bottom of the sea, any sea, warm
    and tropical or starless and stormy, night
    meeting night beneath Arctic ice.
    This attends to all nights but no night.
    And this is about wind by itself,
    not winter wind in particular lifting
    the lightest snow off the mountaintop
    into the thinnest air, not wind through
    city streets, pushing people sideways,
    rolling ash cans banging down the block,
    not a prairie wind holding hawks suspended
    mid-sky, not wind as straining sails
    or as curtains on a spring evening, casually
    in and back over the bed, not wind
    as brother or wind as bully, not a lowing
    wind, not a high howling wind. This is
    about wind solely as pure wind in itself,
    without moment, without witness.
    Therefore this night tonight-
    a midnight of late autumn winds shaking
    the poplars and aspens by the fence, slamming
    doors, rattling the porch swing, whipping
    thundering black rains in gusts across
    the hillsides, in batteries against the windows
    as we lie together listening in the dark, our own
    particular fingers touching- can never
    be a subject of this specific conversation read more »

  • 230.
    Ode To Debby

    The Winds Answer Oh! Barefoot girl with wind-blown
    hair, running along the shore
    A lone seagull makes his call and
    can see you wading there read more »

  • 231.
    Wind

    to fly like the wind
    that is free to come and go
    as it pleases
    taking few prisioners read more »

  • 232.
    Village In Ruins

    Wind blows across a barren land
    One little village stands in ruins
    Scortch marks show on the buildings read more »

  • 233.
    CYCLICAL

    CYCLICAL


    life blooms read more »

  • 234.
    In the wind

    the cry of the wind
    so silent, so rare
    rising over the world
    can you hear it from way over there read more »

  • 235.
    Ill Wind

    The wind told me you’re leaving today
    With voice so harsh it laid trees bare
    Again he said you’re leaving today
    Hissed through the vines his ill tidings read more »

  • 236.
    wind

    I don't like the wind

    wind makes me shiver, feel cold read more »

  • 237.
    September

    She passed me by, like a gust of wind,
    Her long black tresses brushed against my skin,
    Leaving sweet tasting frost, on my lips. read more »

  • 238.
    Wind

    Wind is the platform to carry my words
    To fly them aloft, as it does for the birds. read more »

  • 239.
    Into The Wind

    The leaves are falling from the trees
    Children run and crunch them beneath their feet
    I see a smile on every single kid
    Smile for me, and jump into the wind read more »

  • 240.
    west wind

    the wind

    that comes from far read more »

New Wind Poems

  1. Powerful wind., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  2. ' [ the wind and friends ] ' Haiku - Ser.., Ency Bearis
  3. Fact, Somanathan Iyer
  4. The Wind of Change, The Change of Wind, James Darwin Smith II
  5. The Melody Of The Wind, Dennis Lange
  6. Music of Wind, V P Mahur
  7. In The Wind, Mark Arvizu
  8. Wind Of Fate, Taiwo Lasisi
  9. The Story Of The Wind, William Tell
  10. Into The Wind, Gabe Florsheim
  11. Wind, Elia Michael
  12. A cherished song this night, Emmanuel George Cefai
  13. O' Wind, Avisek Rath
  14. The Wolf in the Winter Wind, Tim Vallie
  15. Mhepo + Mhepo = Ma Mhepo, Poet jerrimos mugweni(ZVAVAN ..
  16. Talking Winds, Maya Neelima
  17. Senryu series syllable count 5-7-5- Ill.., Heather Burns
  18. Caught In The Wind (revised), Heather Burns
  19. GONE WITH THE WIND, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  20. A Wind Swept Day, Heather Burns
  21. 'The Wind', Chinweokwu Sunlight M. Ndubu ..
  22. The Whispering Wind, Heather Burns
  23. Winds Of Fate, Heather Burns
  24. Whirl Wind, Heather Burns
  25. The wisper of Pringle Bay, Alexandra Motschmann
  26. Safe Passage, Avrum Rashkae
  27. Against Winter's Wind, Matthew Foor
  28. Wind Soliloquy, Saiom Shriver
  29. God is in the wind, Siddharth Shah
  30. Winds Of Change, Lucky Mathambo
  31. This Wind, Ray Clune
  32. Fly with the wind, Alexianna Brandhagen
  33. if i could be the wind, parth gwari
  34. Soar With The Wind, Georgia Leana Benedictos
  35. Wind, jennifer marie
  36. Wind, Alvin Schaut
  37. 'Wind Child', Sahar Alive
  38. Fire Is A Thrill, Rebecca Stansfield
  39. Wind, Tanesha Thomas
  40. Cowboy Haiku Two, Charles Hice
  41. When the wind sighs, Emmanuel George Cefai
  42. Sometimes Wind Moves In Secret, Patti Masterman
  43. Wind Haiku, Dónall Dempsey
  44. The Wind, Heather Burns
  45. The Wind, Camilla Fodgaard
  46. Wind Child Love Embracing, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  47. WEAKER SONATA, Aldo Kraas
  48. Wind, wind everywhere, Hannah Barton
  49. dafni, robert dickerson
  50. Wind Horse, Tolly Rebeka Christian Black ..
  51. The Piper On The Hills, Dora Sigerson Shorter
  52. The Wind, Randy McClave
  53. To Morfydd, Lionel Pigot Johnson
  54. Riding The Wind Together, Heather Burns
  55. The Vine Winding You in the Dream, DePen Chang
  56. deep wounds, JASMINE HALLIBURTON
  57. Wind, Amy Lowell
  58. North Wind, Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
  59. * SCRU.., Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan
  60. The Wind, Mishaal Javed Dawar
  61. west wind, Manoj KrishnanSarojam
  62. Modern Love V, Liberatore Suffoletta
  63. A Whisper, Aiyanna Ortiz
  64. Nobody knows., J.A McManus
  65. ' Ride On The Wind... Forever.. ', MoonBee Canady
  66. halku - 103, Maria Barbara Korynt
  67. To Soar, Lauren Kiczula
  68. The Mountain and the Wind, Angelina Pandian
  69. Childrens Book-I Have Seen The Wind, Christine K. Trease
  70. the wind, courtney hicks
  71. Working of the wind, bethany ford
  72. Round The Compass Twice With The Wind, C Richard Miles
  73. alunan 5, RIC S. BASTASA
  74. I'm Writing To the Wind, S.MICHAEL DOWNS
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