For I am to be.
I feel myself in the clouds,
I drift in the wind,
I pulsate with every sound,
until all sound does end.
I feel the warmth of the sun,
the shade of the trees,
the howlings of the winds,
carried by the storm.
I am a part of all that is and all that could be,
all that I feel and all that I see.
I am the sounds of your heart.
I abide in the corner of your mind.
I can make my way into your dreams.
You will find me in your memory.
I will always be there waiting.
For I am to be.
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