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The Wind's Path

by Alfiya Laxmidhar 10 months ago in nature poetry
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Wind teaches me that the invisible world can help me to reconnect

The Wind's Path
Photo by Autumn Mott Rodeheaver on Unsplash

The wind blew the leaves

And the leaves blew

The wind whispered,"Go there"

And the leaves knew

The wind was its sender

The planner, the sage

The wind that guides the leaves

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The wind's invisibility

Can be seen with the ear

The wind from this world

Comes from beyond this sphere

The wind can create a storm

A tornado or a soft breeze

It has many lessons who can

Go with the flow and be at ease

The wind follows the path

Where there is less resistance

Move with grace like the wind

It is worth it, go the distance

nature poetry

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Alfiya Laxmidhar

Love words and their origin. Like poetry. Rumi is my favorite.

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