Sunday, June 27, 2010

The Wind

The wind that sways the aspen trees,
The salty air of the ocean breeze,
From high altitudes to level seas,
There's something in this air we breath,

By it's life we hear a child's cry,
And the absence of compels fire to die,
We feel it's might as it rushes by,
And it's gentle caress in a subtle sigh,

Our lives and the air have much the same,
They seem to rejoice in the fast paced game,
They switch so suddenly with no one to blame,
And neither one can be utterly tamed.

Our lives can change in seconds flat,
Much like the wind we are feeling at our backs,
No need to feel like you're under attack,
It's simply the start of the next big act,

So embrace the change and you'll realize,
It gives you a chance to revitalize,
Rejuvenate and sensationalize,
You can view the world with a new set of eyes.

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