James Darwin Smith II

Rookie - 127 Points (10/6/74 / San Diego, CA)

The Wind of Change, The Change of Wind

The wind it frolics
Caressing my being
Becoming mischievous
Upon a guile fashion
Changing moods
Sometimes fresh
At other times
So hot
Becomes too scorching to even breathe

Yet, in the wind
All in its good, bad or ugly ways
It teaches lessons
Many tough ones perhaps
But in the struggles it is found
That the good always prevails
And the ugly those souls become barren of existence

In these very times
Hard to imagine the great coming through
So much negativity around
Adaption to it for the many
Only makes perfect sense
The few feel so different
But never giving into the ignorance

Those who hurt, Live on and fight
Some even give up their life
All in all we are warriors
Trying to do our best
To innovate as much as we can

The wind's change is needed
Through message of our life
Sensitivity must be given
After all the meek have always been right

No more infecting positive spirits with darkness
May we all relish in the light

The wind's change is needed
Winds all united as one
Shining so bright
Enlightened future
Where everyone's belief is accepted
We are all creations of a speculative beyond

Perhaps we are all the ones who are right
Even with complication
Humanity should always accept one of other
As our flesh embraces our true spirits
As our souls fly higher than ever before

It is hard to keep faith, I do admit
But just dreaming about the wind's change
Makes me want to fight the peace and loving fight

The wind of change may come
Yes, it just mighty might

The wind of change
Many winds as one
Searching for the brightest of bright

The wind of change
Many winds as one
Always shining so brightly
Oh, the beauty of this very light

No matter what
With the bright light
No matter what
All will always be alright!

Wind of change
I see you just beyond my own wondering sight

Frolic on, It is all for fun
you shall always be the brightest of light

There is no ending
There is always a beyond
In the wind of all change
Everything will always be, alright

The wind of change can be confusing
But solving it as we go
Is a huge part in everyone's meaning of life

The united wind waits
Let us all get on this bumpy ride
Together as one upon this dream I sleep with
Everything shall always be alright

This world can be dyslexic in its ways
But dyslexic, Am so I!

Submitted: Sunday, August 31, 2014

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Written on 8/31/14

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