The Breeze Whispers Through


This is an old poem I am publishing here for archival purposes. I do not remember the original date it was authored. This was written sometime between 1995 and 1997 while I was a very young husband. This poem echoes sentiments and themes from “The Shape of Our Soul” and thus I am unhappy with its cliche and lack of originality.

The gentle breeze of her soul
whispers soft lullaby upon my heart,
nimble fingers sift lovingly through my hair.

Wind on a summer day
Tear drops upon her cheeks.
Moulding itself to mine.
Washing sorrow from my face.

…and the breeze whispers through…

Caressing touch mends shattered star
passing light into horizon dark
tormented past beneath earthen embrace

Arms warm with compassion remind
of affinity with eternity
Smile blends with that lonely tear
Knowing Love is the immortal fire.

…and the breeze whispers through…

Old song heard from deep within
Look into those eyes unseen
Passion flames hotter than Hades.

Demons run in fear of love
She sings in her harmony.
Mirror shatters like nothing matters
Sweet breath upon her lips.

…and the breeze whispers through…

Laying gently on verdant grass
Loving beyond final trace of time
To worlds outside of our reason.

Souls bound to each other
Forever eternally
Give life to the dying
and love to those who have given.

…and the breeze whispers through…


About ninefolddragon

I am a self-proclaimed writer, spiritualist, and warrior. My primary writings are poetry and essays that evoke elemental visualization and are written in honor of the sacred feminine.
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2 Responses to The Breeze Whispers Through

  1. Angie says:


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  2. Reblogged this on Ninefold Evolution and commented:

    An oldie, but goodie.


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