Wind Poems - Poems For Wind

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  • 373.
    Modern Love V

    The spring's audio tempest brings a mauve sunrise alarm full of chirping avarian prayers.

    The gust's mouths open the blackness with yawns
    while awakening dewy green fertile cornfields.

    The stabbing wind's hands paint dalisque clouds on the innocent blue-sky like flapping white kerchiefs of goodbye to memories.

    The infinite wind's broken heart flutters and emotes warm misty tears while performing to silent love's audience.

    Among ancient swaying trees the mezzo tenor wind's song jumps around like Verdi's Egyptian victory march.

    The whispering wind reveals its secret, as it churns the ocean's floor, touching the delicate pearl in your salty oyster.

    Pirate whirling wind, that gathers quickly and steals away
    forever-excessive foliage and spent hearts, like fluttering arrows of parrots.

    Whimsical warm wind that melts your
    winter ardor like a foamless tasmanian wave, spent and resting ashore in your damp tomb.

    Your lip's kisses are deserting and diving back to your heart rather than waging an equinox battle with summer's breeze.


    The spring’s audio tempest brings a mauve sunrise alarm full of chirping avarian prayers.

    The gust’s multiple mouths open the black clouds with their yawns while awakening dewy green fertile cornfields.

    The stabbing wind’s hands paint dalisque clouds on the innocent blue-sky like flapping white kerchiefs of goodbye to memories.

    The infinite wind’s broken heart flutters and emotes warm misty tears while performing to our silent love’s audience.

    Among ancient swaying trees the mezzo tenor wind’s song jumps around like Verdi’s Egyptian victory march.

    The whispering wind reveals its secret, as it churns the ocean’s floor, touching the delicate pearl in your salty oyster.

    Pirate whirling wind, that gathers quickly and steals away forever-excessive foliage and spent hearts, like fluttering arrows of parrots.

    Whimsical warm wind that melts your winter ardor like a foamless concentric wave, spent and resting ashore in your damp tomb.

    Your lip’s kisses are deserting and diving back to your heart rather than waging battle at the equinox with summer’s breeze. read more »

  • 374.
    Mom

    My Mom was like a perfect rose at springtime,
    Pure and beautiful, and the petals perfectly formed,
    And it's fragrance sweet and pleasing to the senses.
    For the rose, as my mom, came into this world as a thing of beauty. read more »

  • 375.
    Gone With The Wind

    The glow of the evening was still there, wind whispering in the trees, street lights just turned on. Whispering continued along the footpath mingling with footsteps and yapping dogs, then it became quiet. read more »

  • 376.
    The Wounded Wind

    the wounded wind
    spirited messages
    she does send read more »

  • 377.
    Winds of Change

    Oh, God the winds of change, they are blowing
    Bringing a revolution to this life
    Whether relief or challenge, not knowing
    Always of benefit, even in strife read more »

  • 378.
    winds of summer

    WINDS OF SUMMER

    Just out of the winds of summer
    Came forth a being so sweet and tender. read more »

  • 379.
    What The Chimney Sang

    Over the chimney the night-wind sang
    And chanted a melody no one knew;
    And the Woman stopped, as her babe she tossed, read more »

  • 380.
    The Wind

    The wind burns my eyes
    Do not ask me why
    For I embrace its beauty
    And boast of its freedom. read more »

  • 381.
    The wind blows strong

    The wind blows strong
    Neatly it gathered filth
    by the street gutters
    I am now to confess read more »

  • 382.
    Catch The Wind

    The spring ain’t a-flowin’, that well’s goin’ dry
    The train’s been a-rollin’ rushin’ backward full steam
    And I’m not sure I’m
    Sure where I’m goin’, or sure where I’ve been
    But knowin’ change has come its due in my current scene
    Seein’ life’s harsh sign read more »

  • 383.
    Cold Wind Waits

    though the frost is gone, the
    cold wind waits.
    the robin sings while the
    cold wind waits. read more »

  • 384.
    Wind of the End

    Blows by but at a stand still
    Wind rustle the light varied leaves that hustle
    Energies that lack speed as I remain motionless
    Birds fly as eyes grow dim 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. Wind Of Fate, Taiwo Lasisi
  8. The Story Of The Wind, William Tell
  9. Into The Wind, Gabe Florsheim
  10. Wind, Elia Michael
  11. A cherished song this night, Emmanuel George Cefai
  12. O' Wind, Avisek Rath
  13. The Wolf in the Winter Wind, Tim Vallie
  14. Mhepo + Mhepo = Ma Mhepo, Poet jerrimos mugweni(ZVAVAN ..
  15. Talking Winds, Maya Neelima
  16. Senryu series syllable count 5-7-5- Ill.., Heather Burns
  17. Caught In The Wind (revised), Heather Burns
  18. GONE WITH THE WIND, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  19. A Wind Swept Day, Heather Burns
  20. 'The Wind', Chinweokwu Sunlight M. Ndubu ..
  21. The Whispering Wind, Heather Burns
  22. Winds Of Fate, Heather Burns
  23. Whirl Wind, Heather Burns
  24. The wisper of Pringle Bay, Alexandra Motschmann
  25. Safe Passage, Avrum Rashkae
  26. Against Winter's Wind, Matthew Foor
  27. God is in the wind, Siddharth Shah
  28. Winds Of Change, Lucky Mathambo
  29. This Wind, Ray Clune
  30. Fly with the wind, Alexianna Brandhagen
  31. if i could be the wind, parth gwari
  32. Soar With The Wind, Georgia Leana Benedictos
  33. Wind, jennifer marie
  34. Wind, Alvin Schaut
  35. 'Wind Child', Sahar Alive
  36. Fire Is A Thrill, Rebecca Stansfield
  37. Wind, Tanesha Thomas
  38. Cowboy Haiku Two, Charles Hice
  39. When the wind sighs, Emmanuel George Cefai
  40. Sometimes Wind Moves In Secret, Patti Masterman
  41. Wind Haiku, Dónall Dempsey
  42. The Wind, Heather Burns
  43. The Wind, Camilla Fodgaard
  44. Wind Child Love Embracing, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  45. WEAKER SONATA, Aldo Kraas
  46. Wind, wind everywhere, Hannah Barton
  47. dafni, robert dickerson
  48. Wind Horse, Tolly Rebeka Christian Black ..
  49. The Piper On The Hills, Dora Sigerson Shorter
  50. The Wind, Randy McClave
  51. To Morfydd, Lionel Pigot Johnson
  52. Riding The Wind Together, Heather Burns
  53. The Vine Winding You in the Dream, DePen Chang
  54. deep wounds, JASMINE HALLIBURTON
  55. Wind, Amy Lowell
  56. North Wind, Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
  57. * SCRU.., Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan
  58. The Wind, Mishaal Javed Dawar
  59. west wind, Manoj KrishnanSarojam
  60. A Whisper, Aiyanna Ortiz
  61. Nobody knows., J.A McManus
  62. ' Ride On The Wind... Forever.. ', MoonBee Canady
  63. halku - 103, Maria Barbara Korynt
  64. To Soar, Lauren Kiczula
  65. The Mountain and the Wind, Angelina Pandian
  66. Childrens Book-I Have Seen The Wind, Christine K. Trease
  67. the wind, courtney hicks
  68. Working of the wind, bethany ford
  69. I'm Writing To the Wind, S.MICHAEL DOWNS
  70. WIND ETERNAL AND EVER LASTING WIND, Morhardt Carmen Mencita Mono ..
  71. .4. Blow me down, David Threadgold
  72. the wind, gauzona yang
  73. As the cold wind blows, Troy Nichols
  74. Wind, Ocean MisT
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