Sallie Marie Tompkins

Rookie (Plum Branch, SC)

'Cool Breeze Delight' - Poem by Sallie Marie Tompkins

A cool breeze delight is the simplicity of relaxation on a sunny day,
yet while calming down from a hectic stressful working resentful day.
There is power in the wind, that causes our mind to change our thoughts of recreation.
Cool breezes are a way to reflect on who you are, why you are here, and what purpose people have in your life?
Afflictions call from the wild, yet we must remain steady, obedient, and content.
The wind kisses the air, to bring life to dead situation.
Breezes bring hope, joy, and laughter.
Especially on a porch, deck, or in the yard during a phat barbeque.
Pressures are released when you inhale and exhale torment from rage.
A cool breeze makes you mind feel at ease, man finally I can breathe.
One hand the steering wheel, leaning back, cool breeze mode in cruise control.
Don't forget to put positive people in your sight.
Get your daily dose of cool breeze delight, aight.

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  • (8/4/2006 12:57:00 AM)


    Don't forget to put positive people in your sight....thats a beautiful line...kind of completes the feel good poem...love...nalini (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 3, 2006

Poem Edited: Saturday, August 21, 2010


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