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Wind

The wind has been too kind

Like the intervention, of Divine

It swiftly, flew past me

And gave me a moment of ecstacy

A stranger just passed by

An unexpected smile, we cast thy

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Moments later

It swayed faster, with a thudding sound

Made many men, homebound

Topsy turvy, it turned the trees

Snatched the life of several leafs

A little further, it had thrown ripened fruits

All ready, for human-loot

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Settling the dust on sides

Turning the sky, pellucid-bright

Ushering in a fresh set of thoughts

The wind, didn’t tell aloud, what all it had brought!

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Image credit: Simon John-McHaffie (Unsplash)

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  1. Loved it. The journey of winds. None knows what it brings! I had written such a poem on clouds, don’t know where it is now. If I get I’ll post it. I loved your expression of smiling at unknown faces, scattered ripened fruits, detached leaves… πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ perfectπŸ’š

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Written by Nitika Sawhney

I am an aspiring writer. I'm still discovering my strengths and learning the art of poetry and prose.

Professionally, I'm into Internal Communications and feel blessed to have a work life that is closely related to what I am passionate about, Writing :)

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