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Ike, A Moody Wind

Ike, A Moody Wind Written: by Tom Wright 5-1-2008 The moody wind can cover like pall Always unseen but spewing forth sound It comes as a breeze and also a squall Where does it originate, where is it bound? Its devastation is its trademark of time While a butterfly floats for all to see As we hear its effect on a buoy’s chime But when in a mood it will uproot a tree At what point does wind start or even end Just one of the questions I pose to you now And at what point does a tree break not bend God only knows the why and the how.

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  1. Date: 7/5/2015 10:18:00 PM

    TOM* I enjoyed reading this poem, Thank you for sharing. Always & Forever ~LINDA~

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