The Body - A Poem
Nobody was swept away this time either,
but the wind had
the arms and the legs
in a tight grip.
The body bended
in a morbid position
and the bones in the body
broke one by one
followed by an excruciating pain.
Suddenly the wind loosened its grip,
swept away behind the mountains.
What was left of the body
laid on the ground
and it was a body
filled with a will to live.
After the brutal rampage of the wind
a prolonged healing waited
in the future.
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