A Mind Infinite

Infinity: The Views of a Dreamer

Whispering Wind

Whispering wind,
softly whistles through the ears
Secrets of the breeze,
flowing to the senses
Flowers push back against the gentle might,
leaves float along dreamlike

Blowing into the ears,
it’s whistle
Whispering wind,
carries within the echoes of voices past and present
Passing along the trails of time,
the wind follows it’s old lonesome course

Odors of luxurious perfumes,
the finest smelling of cuisines pass through the whispering wind
both delightful and frightful– the wind holds within
Pushing them towards the future,
with the breeze

Touching bare skin,
the whispering wind calls out
Forcing itself against the arch of a back,
reminding even on the harshest of days– it is there to stay; never to go away
Be it though you may not see the memories the wind holds within,
take solace in the whispering wind’s dedication to preserving them



One comment on “Whispering Wind

  1. Mission Valley Resort
    January 28, 2015


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