Flencirose Basera


Crush


What kind of power does the wind yield?
Where is the power source?
The wind can blow anything away!
It can make still waters move.
Perfect stillness, peaceful and quite!
Sat by the massive waters just gazing into nothingness!
When even the mind stops functioning.
It just absorbs the beautiful view!

Water so still it is like a shiny floor
As if you can walk over it
Then the hissing sound comes
Then everything moves in it's direction.

The power of the wind is so invisible!
Yet so powerful!
You only visualise the damage!
Destruction is all you see where ever it touches!

It is so powerful!
It forces everything into it's fold without fail!
Breaking anything that obstructs its way!
Until everything submits to it's will!

The wind can be calming.
With a cooling effect!
Yet at times it stings the eyes.
Blinds you to reason!

Blinded by the sheer force!
That you just let go
You submit and flow with the force!
Gentle, rough, cool and gushing

Submitted: Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, June 14, 2011

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