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Poems about Wind

on April 6, 2022
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Poems about Wind

by Dawn Pisturino

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In French and English:

Au Vent                                                             To the Wind

Souffles, O vent,                                                Blow, O wind,

Dis à mon oreille                                               Speak into my ear

Un doux mot d’amour;                                     A sweet word of love;

Emportes mes rêves,                                         Carry away my dreams,

Rapportes mes souhaits,                                   Bring back my wishes,

Et n’oublies pas, pour toujours,                       And don’t forget, always,

Ὰ chanter une belle chanson.                            To sing a beautiful song.

5 mai 1985                                                           May 5, 1985

pour mon ami, J.J.                                              for my friend, J.J.

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Wind

Wind, wind, holler and cry,

The windows are shaking, the doors want to fly!

The old tree is creaking, it surely must fall;

The chimney is cracking, bricks, mortar and all!

How everything shudders! I mustn’t delay:

We have, it would seem, a tornado today.

May 3, 1986

~

Dawn Pisturino

April 6, 2022

Copyright 1985-2022 Dawn Pisturino. All Rights Reserved.


33 responses to “Poems about Wind

  1. Neal Saye says:

    Oh my goodness, Dawn, the second poem is all about today’s weather in Savannah! Storm winds, hail and possible tornados this afternoon.

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  2. Dawn – the wind is my favorite, especially when it howls really low over the prairie. ❤️

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    • I live in a valley surrounded by mountains and hills, so the wind comes through here like a wind tunnel. It can be very dangerous, in fact. But I agree with you, when it blows a little more calmly, it can be soothing and refreshing. And hearing that howling, especially at night, reminds me of old black and white movies with the old houses, creepy characters, creaking doors, and the howling wind! And then the coyotes start howling . . . magnificent!

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  3. aparna12 says:

    This is a fabulous poem, dear Dawn. Loved reading it. Keep up the good work.

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  4. These are wonderfully written and charming in every way. I love the French verson of the first poem, feels so sweet to read. These feel exactly like the wheather change in my place when it’s just about to rain. I love em

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  6. elvira797mx says:

    Amazing and beautiful poem, dear Dawn! I like a lot! Thank’s for share.
    Wonderful weekend!
    Keep well.
    Elvira

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  7. utahan15 says:

    swept away
    fresh again to day

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  8. I really like this one!

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  9. eunice says:

    Beautiful poem.

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  10. I love the images of the speaking wind. Very nice verse. 😀

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  11. Jaya Avendel says:

    Loving the final line in the poem! It has such a feeling of rawness and predicted unpredictability. 🙂

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  12. Fresh poems! Beautiful!

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  13. Harshi says:

    How lovely! May they always carry a beautiful song for you, Dawn!

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