Wind Affect

By CharlottesWeb

Wind Affect

They break and they shiver
Seperate, yet together
Golden whispers in the sun

I watched one,

And I found two

Both half alive

Just like me and you

Fighting the step closer
Holding to my stance
I'd like to help them stand
I want to see them dance

Dusk begins, flares burst through
Damaged little bodies
Create such a dazzling view

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Copyright 2011 CharlottesWeb
Published on Thursday, August 18, 2011.     Filed under: "Graphic Art"

Author's Note:

Born on top of a hill in a solitary space. I found a moment so profound I tried to bottle it up and share it with you.
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  • A former member wrote: "there is beauty in the breakdown" You got it...

  • sTr8-jAcKeT On Monday, October 24, 2011, sTr8-jAcKeT (839)By person wrote:

    That was very elegant and beautiful, smooth and rythmic; almost windy, breezy in the words themselves. Thanks for this piece my friend.

  • lupus tenebrae On Thursday, August 18, 2011, lupus tenebrae (1028)By person wrote:

    Very captivating piece, a lot of good memories attached to those wind swept plains of yore. A field of wheat, as splendid as a river of gold, write onward. Scholar

  • Cherry Bear On Thursday, August 18, 2011, Cherry Bear (27)By person wrote:

    Beautiful and enchanting, very wonderful write. Thank you for the wonderful read before bed.

  • dwells On Thursday, August 18, 2011, dwells (5703)By person wrote:

    Nice job and you succeeded with the pictorial of the wheat(?). Although a picture is worth 1,000 words, you really didn't need it, but it helped. Thanks for the moment of reverie.

  • CharlottesWeb On Thursday, November 7, 2013, CharlottesWeb (521)By person wrote:

    Had to include the picture as it inspired the poem :) Thank you very much.

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