Slighter A Wind Than

July 23, 2012

Despite  &,

With all her antics,

Winds still  move her

Like it does a half-dozen

Tiny tea roses

Before they’re right,  & hand-picked.

The slightest wind breezes

Will prove to move her

To a profound,  but protected

Melancholy…Or unexpected  joy,

Slighter a wind than

Whispered words might envoi,

Darenear  her softest skin.

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envoy or envoi 2  (ˈɛnvɔɪ)
n
1. a brief dedicatory or explanatory stanza concluding certain forms of poetry, notably ballades
2. a postscript in other forms of verse or prose
[C14: from Old French envoye,  from envoyer  to send; see envoy 1 ]
envoi or envoi 2
n
[C14: from Old French envoye,  from envoyer  to send; see envoy 1 ]
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3 Responses to “Slighter A Wind Than”

  1. jensine said

    reads like a dance

  2. yeltnuh said

    elegant and graceful

  3. Claudia said

    love her sensitivity for the wind, and yes, reads like a dance indeed…

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