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The poem is about the wind and the way it talks with nature. Very relaxing to the soul. We all should listen to the wind, and it will soothe the mind and soul. The wind is a busy thing and does for us many things.

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the poem is quite good i shall be reading more of them in the future
to me, this poem comes from the soul of Dolly and how she feels with a hidden meaning. a very warm but lonely poem. Very good.


Have you ever listened to the wind?
The stories that it tells
Can mean many things,
And soothe the soul as well.

It whispers in the trees:
And rustles the grass.
It tips the flowers
As though they were wearing hats.

It chases away the clouds and rain;
Brings in the sun and gleam.
It can bite like nothing else,
And warm with the best

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