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Updated on February 15, 2017

As hats fly all off, the brown leaves to swirl,

in tallest trees nests, grey squirrels to curl.

The wayward wind to send a March salute,

While its force in charge, no one to dispute.

Wild birds scurry, in warming nests to hurry,

The chilling breezes, whirl about in a flurry.

As we grab our top coats, to down our caps,

Button up from head to toe, including flaps.

Moving clouds so does bring on cold,

when that old windy season is here.

Makes each one wish for the sunshine,

When the Springtimes soon to be near.

Now blowing each kite far out of sight,

when awaiting tree tops collecting all,

Walking against it is a no-brainer then,

at that wicked wind's own raging ball.

Stormy skies and sharp blustery air

So does permeate the entire scene,

Everything flies that's not tied down,

Seems that wind is downright mean.

Lofting limbs, forming paper trails,

In creating such a tangled sight,

Makes those sounds to go bump,

In the darkest hours of each night.


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    • whonunuwho profile imageAUTHOR


      18 months ago from United States

      Yep that's the way it is almost everywhere. Blessings my friend. whonu

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      Shauna L Bowling 

      18 months ago from Central Florida

      It's been so windy here in Central Florida. I have to keep reminding people that March is the windy month that brings in April showers. That's how Spring begins. The winds help plants cross-pollinate and the cycle begins.

    • whonunuwho profile imageAUTHOR


      19 months ago from United States

      Thank you so much, my friend. whonu

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 

      19 months ago from Riga, Latvia

      Most interesting and creative poetry. Love the photos. Enjoyed.

    • whonunuwho profile imageAUTHOR


      19 months ago from United States

      During these times I always think of how turtles must love it to be able to hibernate. Wish I could as well, sometimes. I hope your son can always fly a new kite another day. Blessings to you and your family my friend. whonu

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      Shannon Henry 

      19 months ago from Texas

      I can imagine your words clearly. Of course, it helps that it's almost always windy out here where I live and when it's windy enough to have a general wind advisory for the area, it's extremely windy here. The windows whistle and rattle like a haunted home. Good thing I'm used to the sound and not scared of ghostly winds! Too bad, though, that the wind deposited my son's kite into a tree and the tree won't let it go. :(

    • whonunuwho profile imageAUTHOR


      19 months ago from United States

      Thanks, Michael. Glad you could share the experience. Blessings. whonu

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      19 months ago

      Creative poetry, nearly to experiencing efect of the wind.

    • whonunuwho profile imageAUTHOR


      19 months ago from United States

      Thank you my friend. Blessings. whonu

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      Audrey Howitt 

      19 months ago from California

      Beautiful write whonu!


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