Sultry Wind - Poem by Maia Padua
Sultry wind, I seek for you
Yes, there you are by the shore
I read history of yonder wind
Rain sizzles by summer
Like drops of scarlet red in wine
Over the thirsty dusts and the timid clouds
I have touched surf of ocean
Wetly desire by splashing of waves
I look towards the ocean and beyond
Tipsy eyes meanders to the edge of horizon
Where the wind played with clouds of crimson.
Yet, smear wishes of heaven
By the smitten beauty of its grace
Lest the splashing surf on the beach
May not desiccates dune by sultry winds
Instead gather its waves to its wings.
And make my life, taste the sweetness you bring.
Sultry wind, come to my cold bosom
Warm my vulnerable heart with your flame
Hear the dying murmur of its fragility
Carry its voices toward the universe
Voices of love and hopes for every mankind.
Before i fly with you with total serenity
thanks for reading, my friends.....
thanks to you....
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