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W i n d   P o e m s

By Josie Whitehead
Wind Turbines on Water

I ' M    W I N D

By Josie Whitehead

I'm Wind

I’m Wind!  I rattle chimney tops;
    I’m Wind!  I stir the sea;
I rage and shout with all my strength
   And let you know it’s me.

I blow your dustbins down the street;
    I whistle through the trees 
And I’m a strong and powerful force
     And not a gentle breeze.

I love to play within your streets
    As you combat my force -
And, oh, the biggest joke of all
     Is granny’s hat, of course.

It flies right up, high in the sky,
    With granny left below -
And now it’s gone right out of sight
     As with my breath I blow.

I’m Wind!  I’ll let YOU know I’M here -
    But, you may think I'm a pest - 
So after all the fun I’ve had
     It’s time to take some rest.
                              . . . .  Goodbye 


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