A Poem by The Golden Pen

A poem about wind and the effects of the wind.

I am Zephyr, that tousles your hair;
I am Thuelli, strong, vibrant and wild
That travels ferociously through the air;
All quake at my presence; my soul riled.

I am Aura, cool summer’s Eve breeze
That make all the wind chimes rattle with glee;
I’m Boreas, North-eastern prince, toppling trees;
I bring Arctic weather with fierce velocity.

I am Notus that through the Scottish moors,
Rages with fearsome fury gone awry
Ravaging through hills and rattling doors.
I'm  Poseidon, King of the Tsunami.

I'm Aeolus, I fly undetectable.
One  breath from my lungs gives life to them all.

© 2012 The Golden Pen

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Added on May 19, 2012
Last Updated on May 19, 2012


The Golden Pen
The Golden Pen

Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom

My name is Mary Aris, A.K.A. The Golden Pen. I have published three poetry books, three children's fictions, one Gothic Novel and an Autobiography through more..