Treasure Island

Martin Susanto


Windy Days


The wind is unpredictable it has the power to reprieve

The power to invigorate, the power to relieve

The wind can send thoughts through the flow of air

Bringing happiness, anger and sometimes despair



The wind has a very strong integrity

To weave together a pattern of pure complexity

Whatever the feeling the wind might implore

It could be something hateful, or something to adore



The wind can also relinquish itself, blocking all its glory

As it dies it tells a short story

About all the meticulous elements of a gale

As it tries to stay it will always fail

Submitted: Tuesday, February 18, 2014

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