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gone with the wind

gone with the wind

A Poem by Angel Bird

if only ...




If only the wind could


- blow away all the pain in this world


- heal all the hurting wounds in flesh


- soothe all the tortured souls


- glue together all the pieces of the many broken hearts


- erase all colors of the skins , and make them all the same


- let richness and greed as much as poorness disappear, and get people to see and believe again in the really important things in life


- fill all the empty stomachs on this planet with food and drink


- make us forget about hate and teach us forgiveness


- clean the air we all -plants -animals and -humans breathe around the globe


- allow all over this world peoples faces to smile in happiness, kid's eyes to shine in wonderment and lover's eyes to sparkle



- .....


If the wind could really create such miracles, then ... I'd pray for high winds to constantly breeze over our all Mother Earth! 




© 2008 Angel Bird

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It may, the winds of change rearrange the textures of truth. A beadth of spirit rise us up like leaves and tumble the trials of the world up to the heavens of equity.

For this would I too pray and hope the measure of our generality perceptively change upon that winds of, if only... a beautiful sentiment.

Posted 9 Years Ago

2 of 2 people found this review constructive.


The winds of change begin with healing our own wounds first. What we heal for ourselves we heal for the world - David Hakwins. Beautifully written

Posted 1 Year Ago

Oh, I will say a little prayer for high winds, my friend. This write has that lovely feel of John Lennon’s Imagine, which can shut down any argument, in my opinion. Not that you need to believe me... other commernters agree on just how worthy a statement this is. :):)


Posted 2 Years Ago

Kung kaya lang sanang tuyuin ng hangin ang mga luhang dumadaloy sa aking mga mata. Kung kaya lang sanang tangayin ng hangin ang sakit na nadarama. Kung kaya lang sanang ihipan ng hangin ang hirap at dusa. Kung kaya lang sana ng hangin na ihatid ang ligaya... Kung kaya lang sana.

Posted 3 Years Ago

Hmm. Interesting look on the wind. I find that people often look to nature as a way of solving problems, or wishing that it would. The sad thing is that modern humanity is destroying nature. I sympathize with the things you listed, and the whole idea of this poem, and I do like the writing style and vocabulary used. Nice work

Posted 6 Years Ago

WOW! What a delight this was to read. A beautiful sentiment and you ended it beautiful. Thank you for sharing
-maria rose

Posted 6 Years Ago

i like the facts in the poem iteslf.........its autere and attractive enough to capture some-one's i like it...simple to understand

Posted 6 Years Ago

If you mean “the wind” to be a metaphor for the “Spirit of Love” then it would motivate people to help each other in order to do all these things and more. In this light, this is a very well written poem. I like it!

Posted 7 Years Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Hello everyone

i am new, and excited and ready to go :)

I like your poem

Posted 7 Years Ago

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good lord! this is a remarkable write. but you know that. I am sure you have been told over and over... because no one could read this piece and not be moved.

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you,

For this wonderful piece.

Posted 7 Years Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

This is beautiful. The wind does come from God, so perhaps it could . . .

Posted 8 Years Ago

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Added on May 21, 2008
Last Updated on July 4, 2008


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