Can The Wind? - Poem by Maia Padua
Can the wind fly across the mountain,
And, melt the snow of frozen pain?
Can breeze travel across the ocean,
And carry the love from beyond?
Can sun rays, reach everywhere,
And warm the cold hearts of men?
Light the darkened world with even just a flicker of hope
That in darkness, no one will ever grope.
Can sunset, shares its calmness,
When touches the shore, and dusk begins to settle?
Will it erase all footprints of pain in the shore?
And hide the shadow of reality?
Until a twilight star lights the world again,
A word of love, a world without so much pain.
A world strongly bonded with love, no wind can move
Peace, wind’s strength can never prove.
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