The Wind Poem by Valerie Dohren

The Wind

Rating: 4.1


The wind blew oh so wildly
The night my father died
It rag`ed like a tempest
And on that night I cried

Yet upon my wedding day
The wind blew sweet and free
Gently o`er my bridal gown
To bless and honour me

The wind blew calm and softly
The day my child was born
Whisp`ring oh so tenderly
To welcome each new dawn

And it shall yet be quiet
No more to rage and roar
When`er my life is over
And I will be no more

The wind will blow in fury
When`er the world shall cease
Then linger still and silent
When all that reigns is peace

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Clarence Prince 17 February 2012

A really nice poem, Valerie! May the blowing of the wind bring us sweet peace!

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Clarence Prince 17 February 2012

A really nice poem, Valerie! May the blowing of the wind bring us sweet peace!

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Dee Corpolongo 09 September 2012

This is excellent and almost like a lullabye. So tranquill. Thank you for sharing.

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Stevie Taite 04 September 2012

Beautiful! This has such a seemlessly soothing rhythm! I like you use of ' (forgive my ignorance, this probably has a proper term!) to break down words so they fit better. I read without tripping over my eyes!

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Walterrean Salley 29 April 2012

A very nice poem with a sense of hope about it. Thank you for sharing it with us.

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Diane Hine 18 February 2012

Lovely soothing song-like quality.

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Sally Plumb Plumb 18 February 2012

Wonderful, your stuff is great.

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