Jenna Dandurand


Wind


i heard a voice
in the wind.
it whispered to me,
softly and calmly.
i heard the sighs
as the wind blew around
my body, caressing
my face, dreaming
my name.
i saw an image,
and was unable to
comprehend the love
and beauty written there.
i thought that no one
loved me, but then i saw
him, and i knew that,
out there,
someone cared for me,
and wanted me to know
that they were there.
the wind sang in my ears,
filling me with joy,
and i turned around,
to see a childhood friend.
my childhood friend
was that one-
the one who really,
truly,
and irrevocably
cared.

Submitted: Monday, April 13, 2009
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