A Most Tuneful Wind

Springtime 2014 010

Sweet whistling

like the sound

as the wind

passes through organ pipes

games with the whistling wind

on windy days

it softly whistles

through tree tops

and mildly plays with my hair

as I walk along reminding me of an old love song

on stormy days

it seems to be angry

and its whistling

turns to howls

as the wind shrieks along

I like it best

down by the riverside

as it makes ripples upon the water

and gulls alight on the waves

they go flowing along with the river

and the wind gently whistles

a traveling tune

as the gulls are joined by ducks and geese

I love to listen to the wind

as it blows in the night

all the fragrant scents are so much stronger

in the dark and last longer

as I listen snug and cozy in my bed

I hear lullabies from long ago in my head

on stormy nights

as the wind whips to a frenzy

it puts on quite a show

blowing the dark clouds

through a mysterious night

it reminds me of times so long ago

playing with my memories

when I hear a certain tune

under the full moon

love to go down the road

just the whistling wind and me

enjoying being fancy-free

doing a nice two-step along the way

nothing could be finer

than a tuneful whistling wind

would love to learn that melody

it certainly seems to speak just to me


About Rasma R

I live in Riga, Latvia. I was born in N.Y.C. Love to write articles and poetry. Instruct people in the English language. Live in the suburbs with my husband Martin and my wonderful cat Sid. I love rock and roll, cooking, reading, poetry and traveling.
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2 Responses to A Most Tuneful Wind

  1. Breezes I like. Zephers I enjoy.
    Howling gales? I respect them, but shelter from them too.

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