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A Poem About Air.

By Linda MarryPublished about a year ago 1 min read
Photo by Anthony Garcia on Unsplash

Air, oh air, how you swirl and dance

You are the breath of life, giving us a chance

To live and love, to laugh and play

A force so gentle, yet fierce and strong, each day

You are the wind that blows across the land

Carrying scents of flowers, grains of sand

The rustle of leaves, the sound of waves

Air, you bring us so many wonders and braves

From the highest mountaintops to the deepest sea

You are the giver of all that is free

You fill our lungs and our hearts with glee

Air, you are the essence of liberty

You bring us storms, with thunder and rain

You cleanse the earth, reducing its pain

You are the voice that carries the bird's song

Air, you are never wrong

So here's to you, oh air so fair

May your winds always be gentle, and your skies always clear

For you are the very essence of life

A gift from above, a source of love, free of strife.

This poem wasn't generated by AI. Any resemblance to existing poems or authors is purely coincidental.

fact or fiction

About the Creator

Linda Marry

Love Poems (fiction :)

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