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Western Winds

Creative Writing, Poetry, Rhymes, and Song Lyrics about God, Family, Heroes, Good vs Evil, and Safety from Predators, dedicated to my sons.

Western Winds

wandering

Western Winds


Worn Weeping Willows

woefully weather

wayward, whistling winds,

while weary warriors

wander, westward,

whispering whimsically,

wondering

when whipping, winds

will wane,

warming whittled,

withered wills.

Western Winds

“The grass withers, the flower fades; but the word of our God stands forever.”

— Isaiah 40:8

Western Winds

wandering

Western Winds

wandering

Western Winds

© 2020 Tamara Yancosky

Comments

Tamara Yancosky (author) from Uninhabited Regions on March 11, 2020:

Thank you, Eric, for stopping by.

Eric Dierker from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A. on March 10, 2020:

Good stuff. Thanks

Tamara Yancosky (author) from Uninhabited Regions on February 10, 2020:

I am glad that you like it, Bill; I do appreciate your kindness. ❤️

William Kovacic from Pleasant Gap, PA on February 10, 2020:

It looks like I'm caught up - I think. Nice stuff, Tamara!

Tamara Yancosky (author) from Uninhabited Regions on February 09, 2020:

Thank you, Mark.

Mark Tulin from Ventura, California on February 08, 2020:

When I think of winds in California, I think of Santa Ana causing wildfires. But your poem brought up other images, feelings for me as well.

Tamara Yancosky (author) from Uninhabited Regions on February 05, 2020:

Thank you, Brenda! You are very kind. ❤️

BRENDA ARLEDGE from Washington Court House on February 04, 2020:

Great poem. This is very difficult to master and you have done it well.

Tamara Yancosky (author) from Uninhabited Regions on February 02, 2020:

Well, I am so happy you stopped by. ♥️ Thank you, Charlie!

Charlie Halliday from Scotland on February 02, 2020:

Wonderfully Written Well worded Work

Tamara Yancosky (author) from Uninhabited Regions on February 02, 2020:

A Poetry Venue sounds like a wonderful place to visit!

Tamara Yancosky (author) from Uninhabited Regions on February 02, 2020:

So glad you like it, Chitrangada. ❤️ Thank you.

Tamara Yancosky (author) from Uninhabited Regions on February 02, 2020:

Thanks, Flourish! ❤️

Tamara Yancosky (author) from Uninhabited Regions on February 02, 2020:

Thank you so much, Lorna ❤️

Chitrangada Sharan from New Delhi, India on February 02, 2020:

Wonderful and well written poem. I am impressed by the way, you have used the alphabet, W, all along.

Lovely work. Thanks for sharing.

FlourishAnyway from USA on February 01, 2020:

Wonderful! I couldn’t resist the w theme. I like the alphabet suggestion.

Lorna Lamon on February 01, 2020:

I love everything about the wind Tamara and your poem is an excellent example of this style. Not easy to do with this letter - great job loved it.

manatita44 from london on February 01, 2020:

Very happy for you. About the Alphabet poem, we do it at Poetry Venues. Takes time but some of the Artist/es are quite skillful. Peace.

Tamara Yancosky (author) from Uninhabited Regions on February 01, 2020:

This is a wonderful view on the wind, from you, Eric. Thank you for your lovely visit. ♥️

Tamara Yancosky (author) from Uninhabited Regions on February 01, 2020:

Manatita, a good idea from you! Yes, the entire alphabet would take some time, but it could be done.

The kids are young adults, and doing really well. I am immensely proud of each of them. They are fine young men, with great hearts. ❤️

Eric Dierker from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A. on February 01, 2020:

Very moving piece here (no pun intended). The wind stirs things up in me and usually to the good. To me it is like the sweet breath of earth.

manatita44 from london on February 01, 2020:

I see that you used the W very well. Excellent. The kids are grown, right? So do the full Alphabet poem. Takes time but you'll be a genius or an even greater genius when you're done. Lol.

Haiku

Some frosty winds

Sweet piece in a storm blizzard

Cows resigned to fate - Manatita

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