Rhonda Baker

The Winds Of Change - Poem by Rhonda Baker

Winds blow down from the heavens above
Lifting the wings of the Morning Dove
Softly, gently touching my cheek
It can take your breath away, and leave you weak
Sometimes it seems... as if it isn't there...
But Gone forever? ...IT WOULDN'T DARE!
The wind can blow so bold and strong
Rocking your house all night long
Whistling through the window pane
Pushing storm clouds full of rain
Whatever the wind blows your way
Know it could change, with the coming day

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 24, 2008

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