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Visiting with Mr. Wind

Updated on March 8, 2012

Swaying....

The Dance of  a Tree!
The Dance of a Tree! | Source

Chattering away..hear his roar

The wind has decided to extend his stay for a second day.

My, he has so much to talk about.

It is a wonder his voice isn't lost by now as he spins one tale after the next.

His lore is mighty ~ so full of emotion it is easy to get swept off ones feet with the energy of his mighty roar as it resonates right through you shaking your inner core!

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      Priscill Anne Alvik 

      6 years ago from Schaumburg, IL

      Thank you for you words!!! You have a heart of kindness...I can feel it!

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      NightFlower 

      6 years ago

      Yes, I have heard that animals have extreme reactions to fierce weather especially thunder and lightening. Poor little things but I bet they appreciate the sweet poem you wrote speaking in their behalf.

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      Priscill Anne Alvik 

      6 years ago from Schaumburg, IL

      Bella always looks so daring facing the wind with her ears either flopping up or being pushed backward! The wind has such a powerful voice..I wonder if it is the sound or the motion that puts the dogs on edge, maybe a little of both!

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      RedElf 

      6 years ago from Canada

      We, too, have a small dog named Bella, who does not like the wind - especially when walking at dusk. It's a great time for taking pictures, but not so great for the doggy - darn that big ol' wind.

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      Priscill Anne Alvik 

      6 years ago from Schaumburg, IL

      Bella too did not like the roar of the wind. Our walk was shortened by her lead especially at night...very skittish! It was fun during the day though to watch her ears flap in the gusts as Mr. Wind would sneak up from beneath each ear and toss them into the air. Giggle!

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      Dennis L. Page 

      6 years ago from New York/Pennsylvania border

      Dexter and Jasmne crane their ears to the sky wondering what is Mr. Wind talking about and you had better stay aawy from our house!

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