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Author Name: Freejaymcqueen 4 Comments
Date Added: April 25, 2010 06:04:05 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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As the Wind Blows!
           As the Wind Blows!
A steaming hot cup of tea sits,                                        Dear Goddess,
cooling on the table, along with:
A writing pad, a pencil,                                                         Like as one with the Wind,
and one stamped envelope...                                          If we're never again to be lover's,
                                                                                     Can I at least remain as a friend...
A cigarrette slowly burns to ashes,                                 Will you think of me sometimes,
as it rests undisturbed in an ashtray,                                As I'll often think of you?
Smoke rising seemingly,                                                 While you're blowing down the line,
Dancing on air...                                                             Or freezing Park Avenue..,
Outside my window,                                                      If you're ever in the nieghborhood,
Winter plays her chilling music,                                       And you have some time to blow,
A winters song,                                                              Stop by and make a friend feel good,
Like I haven't heard in years...                                        Before you have to go...
Blowing, North, South,                                                  I'll leave a window always open,
East, and West'                                                             So you can breeze right on in,
Never standing still,                                                       And that goes with words unspoken,
Never at rest...                                                             How much I want you as my friend!
Cold, so cold,                                                              Well, I guess I'd better go,
Both outside and in,                                                      What more is there to say?
As I sit on the edge of my bed,                                      As the wind must surely blow,
Comtemplating?                                                            And you must go about your way!
What I should write?                                                     Blowing North, East,
If I should write?                                                           South, and West,.....
Knowing and not knowing,
If my letter will be recieved?                                                                            Dr. Jay
Is this letter I contemplate,
Just another to be miss-delivered,
To the Goddess of the Wind?
That Goddess, who like you,
Touches, but can't be touched,
Is felt, but can't be held...
That Goddess, whose beauty,
is revealed in the smile of a child,
Whose kite she's lifted, high above the trees,
Like a cloud in the sky! The way you lift mine!
A beauty thats seen and not seen,
but made aware of it's presence'
By the color of the dresses she wears,
Formed from the leaves that swirl about her.
Gentile are her breezes,
That blow softly against my skin,
Like the touch of your hand.
On a warm summer's night..
Suddenly! I write!
Author's Notes:
Getting kinda cool in here with all these windows open....
                                                                                                              Dr. Jay
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Comment By: FreeBB on April 25, 2010 12:39:28 PM Report
A very great poem. I liked it alot. It was very very creative as well as touching.

"I'll leave a window always open,
So you can breeze right on in,
And that goes with words unspoken,
How much I want you as my friend!"

I felt something going right through my heart when i read this part.

Comment By: PremiumHOPE on April 25, 2010 11:20:07 AM Report
As the wind must surely blow,
  And you must go about your way!

These are my absolute favorite lines. in  wonderfully original poem.

Comment By: PremiumLinda Jo on April 25, 2010 10:15:15 AM Report
I really like how this scene is set with contemplation...gathering your thoughts before you put them down on paper...the Letter.  great comparison...the goddess of the wind, "touches but can't be touched, is felt but can't be held"  I love that line. 

Suddenly I write!  great a jolt..ok, now I know what to write.

that is the best good-bye letter I have ever you see it does pay to sit and contemplate what you want to express.  Perfect way of saying...the door (or window) to your heart will always be open and you hope to remain friends....placing this on my favorites list.

Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on April 25, 2010 07:30:07 AM Report
Wow... this has to be my favorite.... You reaching with all that is inside.... I love your style...
By the way "Happy Birthday Dr. Jay"
Texas send you  Big Hugs  Always ~ She Whispers


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