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Poems By Poet Vera Sidhwa  11/27/2014 6:07:31 PM
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  33.     

The Wet Wind

It hit my face and sent tears down it,
The wet wind got stronger.
My face drenched with it succumbed to it,
As this wind blew longer.

I wondered whether I was crying with it.
This wind did not let up.
I wondered whether I was laughing with it.
The wind did not get up.

I found a new freshness in it.
This wind carried newness.
It's message was about,
The newness in life.
 
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  34.     

Baby Sister

I knew about you, when you were so little,
And I played with you all over the garden.
You, my baby sister.
Your babyhood was so fragile and a cahrm.

My baby sister, I played tricks on you,
Where you'd jump from a small step,
And I would catch you
And hug you.


My baby sister, I met you at your university.
I met you walking at the grocery store.
Your radiance in that pretty face,
Made it all worthwhile.
 
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  35.     

I Listened

I saw the tiny droplet fall,
And listened.
It's sound was so soft,
This sound glistened.

I heard the murmur of the grass,
Moving oh so softly in the wind.
It's sounded like a trill
Of air and a breeze.

I whispered to a lion once,
And I heard a roar.
I will never want to hear that so close,
No, no more.

I heard the sound of a snowflake land,
So gently on the snow.
It's lack of sound, no some light sound,
Was beauty in the making.

I hear world sounds,
And they've become a part of me.
Thank-you sounds for making,
So much sound beauty.
 
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  36.     

It Was Well Said

It was well said, when you mentioned,
The love between us.
We always traipsed in the woods,
And looked at the tops of the trees.

It was well said, when you mentioned,
That is our love, we were like children,
And slid and hopped and jumped around,
The playground of life itself.

It was well said, when you mentioned,
That our love poured out gracefully,
So naturally,
That is was the deepest love ever.
 
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