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The Wind
by Stacy Y. Whyte
Friday, July 06, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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In the countryside, the cluster of trees sways from side to side
The colorful leaves pile on the ground
The sterling sound of a guitar is heard
Soft and mellow, I got lost in the moment


As it brushed against my face
I smelled the scent of lavender
It refreshed my soul and embraced my body
The throb of the breeze lands me against the wall


The shape of the clouds wavering beyond the horizon
Leave me to focus as I gently closed my eyes
Displaced by the shivering
I was relieved of the grief I buried inside


It coaxed my body in slow motion
Dried out my skin leaving me with an undying thirst
As it planted a counterfeit kiss on my lips
The flavorless taste left me to rest.

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Reviewed by E. Richardson 7/8/2007
very very nice...love the flow of this piece. It is bittersweet, yet full of glimmers of hope...very vivid and softly sensual imagery. All in all this is a splendid pice of work.
Reviewed by Larry Lounsbury 7/6/2007
This is a very vibrant poem. It's if a spirit of peace has passed by you. As you walk through a timeless fog bank on a highland hill, you emerge to the sounds of waves crashing on the distant shores. Seagulls dance across white foamy waves, revealing that life is indeed precious.
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 7/6/2007
I love this, it has a sping or autumn feel..

You bio is most cheery...



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