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Romance me with your flirty breeze,
Susurrate songs in leafy trees.
March winds you clash with tidal flows,
Keep waves in hindered highs and lows.
Your power paves a mockery
Of gentleness I long to see.
Won't you return our springtime bliss
Caressing cheeks with tender kiss?
Don't make meek martyrs of the trees
When you uproot them as you please.
Training tornados torrid path
In tempest tears you display wrath,
When all along I know you hold
A sacred spirit of the bold.
So beguile me with tender touch
With wind songs that I love so much,
And I will be your maiden fair;
You may finger my golden hair.
On through autumn our love will grow,
With wayward windy hearts aglow.
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