Of Love And Wind - Poem by Debbie Baldesberger
I softly kissed my fingertips
and blew into the wind.
I whispered, please carry these
with all the love I have to send.
Be very careful with them,
use the moon to light your way,
so he will have them when he wakes
to face another lonely day.
As you go by, please gently drop
my kisses, wet with tears
upon this man I love so much.
but hurry, for daylight nears.
Could I ask you one more favor?
You can do anything, it seems.
Tell him that he's my love, my life
my happiness and dreams.
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