AS THE WINDS DOTH BLOW

a poem by Nancy Ellen Crossland, USA - poetry writer, author, poet

Return oh zephyr soft and playful
Whispering gently in my ear
Banish devil winds loudly crashing
Swirling, tumbling
Arousing fear

Bending now branches snapping
Twisting, thrashing to and fro
Tumbleweeds skipping 'cross the highway
Endless seems
Where do they go?

Wayward ghosts now
Bags of plastic, papers battered
Like falling snow
Caught on limbs they bob and wave
Teasing now
As the winds doth blow

Howl away
Your tune has played
Rising and falling
In renlentless display

Begone now
Away
Enough for today
Zephyr sweet breeze
Stay, stay
Stay.

Nancy Ellen Crossland
1/20/2013

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