Cynthia Thomas

The Wind Which Helped You Be - Poem by Cynthia Thomas

When the world seems brighter
When the air feels fresher
When the sky is your blanket
And the earth your footstool

When your leaves rustle in rage
When your canopy's huge for your age
When your shade cools down a dog day
When your fruit fulfills a hungry lay
You will embrace the one behind your grey

The one who blew you as a seedling
To a ground that is the best and not failing
The one who guided you knowing you were weak and blind
Yet saw you as a big find

Its the one soul which made you the perfect tree
Its that one soul which showed you you are free
Its that one heart which led you without a decree
Its the Wind, which helped you be.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 6, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, April 6, 2012

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