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Eternal wind

Eternal wind, a soul’s desire
Thou come along with heavy waves
That makes the mortal bizarre
For you are happiness and you are pain
You come when we desperately yearn 
For a companion to keep the inner tame
Your camouflage, for us are above to learn

Eternal wind, our best and worst friend
Before us, your sides are two
Your empowering side we crave
Each passing day of our confused lives
But your sharp edge we beg
That you smite us not, with your unpopular fury
As we sleep in ignorance of a myth once told

Eternal wind our master and servant
Our liberation we beg for in happy pain
 For we are tired of being tenants
In your house of shame and unaware sufferance
Smite us not eternal wind, for you made us weak
Carry us to our humble abode without rage
Where again we can drink from the grail of life

Copyright © Bernard Brakatu

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