William M. Wismer
The Wind In The Willows - Poem by William M. Wismer
Have you seen gentle wind in the willows? Have you heard how it softly blows?
Have you watched the branches swaying where the weeping willow grows?
Oh the wind in the willow is soothing when it blows so gently and soft.
It is like the caress of Spring raindrops and warm sunshine from aloft.
Have you ever thought about living and how lucky we are to be here?
I have to believe mother nature has blessed the earth with good cheer.
Oh wind that blows through the willows, please carry this message along
Tell Dear Old Mother Nature, our love for Her always is strong.
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