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Breezy Jane

The breeze…the breeze…the breeze
It blows her pain away
The breeze…the breeze…the breeze
It makes everything okay
For all that seems it brings…
A happy breezy Jane~

Wondrous windy days ….can take that empty shame
Lifting all the sorrow…..and blowing away the blame
The breeze shall seize her fears…..taking them away
If fallen leaves could speak…. wonder what they’d say 
Before they leave the trees…. to convey a changing way
For all that seems it brings…
A happy breezy Jane~

I wonder if the breeze…. could remove strife that way
Making every thing better ….and mixing it with rain
The wind against your skin ….doesn’t seem like much to say
A mighty thought inside…. Procures hope finds its way
Lft your head up to the sky…let wind blow where it may
For all that seems it brings…
A happy breezy Jane

Copyright © Jane Bowen

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  1. Date: 8/9/2008 7:33:00 AM
    Great work jane. even thought the summer takes us far away from our poetic lives, you still remain. thanks. JHL

  1. Date: 7/7/2008 10:43:00 AM
    Sweet poem - reminds me of the song "Windy" by the Association. I guess that dates me a bit. Nice, breezy write

  1. Date: 6/12/2008 8:58:00 AM
    Yes, you are best described as breezy. A lovely introspective lyric poem. I must, must must put it in my favorites. You could melt away the pain of the world if given the opportunity. So good, sweetie! Peace, Ivy

  1. Date: 6/11/2008 10:15:00 AM
    This is just wonderful. I especially like to feel the winds against my skin early in the morning or in the evening while walking the sandy beach. I like the consistency of this poem and the theme. Great job! ~ Joseph