Here is the wind

Here I the wind
That has never died out
It blew through the trees
When Hercules was about

Follow if you can
Its Hokey-Kokey dance
Through the streets of cities
And halls of ancient committees

It’s like an endless string
Pulled out of your mouth
This is the endless wind
This is the endless wind

Here is the endless wind
It departs without you
Into the landscaped future
As yet without you

Hang onto its tail
As it gallops away in a hail
Through the arriving solar storms
And the stations for those being born

It’s like the journey of a worm
That disappears from sight
Holding the hands of children
That disappear in the night

Author: blackbird212012

I am interested in multimedia work: songwriting, art, and creative writing. I have been involved also in theatre and music performances.

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