Simon Norlin

Wind - Poem by Simon Norlin

Blows from east to west
From south to north
And round and round
On my bedroom floor

But never will find the nest
Where the wind will lie down and rest
It can be cold and warm

You can always count on the wind
Cause everywhere you go
It will blow in your face and your back
But it will never leave your side

The wind can be hard and strong
Or weak and soft
It can turn trees and houses inside out
And it can surround you with warmth
And make you heart fly

No matter what happens
You will miss the wind
If it is gone.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 6, 2010

Poem Edited: Friday, August 6, 2010

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