Who Has Seen the Wind

Oliver Shanti

Who Has Seen The Wind?

Who has seen the wind?
Neither I nor you;
But when the leaves hang trembling
The wind is passing through.

Who has seen the wind?
Neither you nor I;
But when the trees bow down their heads
The wind is passing by.

Christina Rossetti

:heart:
Fati

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21 thoughts on “Who Has Seen the Wind

  1. A very beautiful and subtle poem with underlying message. Thanks for adding music, which fits so well. And the art work…I looked at the gallery. Very cute. Great post, Fati. Perfect. With love, Ramute. 🙂

  2. Hello Thenemo,Thank you for your visit and comment, I just checked your blog and it's very nice and your photos too are so coolDon't be a stranger ok?Fati

  3. Hi Ramute,I thank you also for always reading and commenting and sharing your joy. I always hope to share some light with my readersand to inspire in their hearts some love and happinessfrom your words I think I did it :)Thank you Ramute for always being here and most of allwith love:heart:Fati

  4. I love the wind."They can go anywhere even soul or heart. They can make one from breeze to shining and ofcourse also can take away all the little ray of lights. They are runing around, smile like children. They are the warmly hands of Mother Earth. And they are the Scythe of Satan."

  5. Originally posted by Stomry

    It makes me feel worried, but it's good.

    It is good but I had the same feeling! weird! It felt incomplete to me…but I am sure that is (the poet's) style. :heart:Sarah

  6. The wind here today is gale force. brrr. i have not seen the wind, but i sure did feel it. very nice poem and lovely picture. 🙂

  7. Hi Grassthank you for sharing that bit of poetry also it was beautifuland meaningfulI didn't write your name that time Stomyr Sarah did :DHi Sarah,I guess that's the beauty of poetry.. it effects people differntly and all due to the translation .Hi MicheleGale force wind there? wow what does that do besides chill ya ?Thank you all for sharing :love:

  8. sure Cape Town was famous among sailors who called it the Cape of Storms! The seas were and still are feared. when i woke up on Sunday all the lawn furniture had been blown around the…well…lawn and my pot plants overturned, and it wasn't as bad as it usually gets. it rained all sunday too and my dog decided it was time to go out and run in the rain, so i did too 😀 then i stayed in bed!

  9. Oh this is true you are on the cape so there is plenty of wild weather just like the tip of Florida .Thanks for refreshing my memory :)Be safe there ok GF?Hugs

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