THAT WIND THAT BLOWS

Outlandish grammar, improper spelling

Cannot a writer make.

Yet I presume to compose poetry

I guess it is called give or take!

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Give an inch and take a mile

It matters not, this I do.

Whether it is right or whether it is wrong

Whatever I say, it is true!

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In my own eyes, take it or leave it,

Debate it if you desire.

If it is worth debating give it a go,

But I am sure you will soon tire!

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Of doing nothing, nothing worthwhile

Except to prove that I am right!

In my assertion that what I am saying

May not seem too bright!

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You be the judge, make your decision,

“To be or not to be.”

It either is, or if not, it is not

Now that is quite plain to see!

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But there are things cannot see at all,

The wind, that cooling breeze!

At times it comes up pretty strong,

A whistling through the trees!

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Soon strong enough the tree is gone!

Uprooted, just splinters left!

Houses flattened, torn to pieces,

Families left bereft!

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God works in mysterious ways

Make no mistakes, He is there!

Cannot see Him or that wind that blows

Deliberate, compare!

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S H Cox 10.5.05

11 thoughts on “THAT WIND THAT BLOWS

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