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Ode to the West Wind1 min read

Ode to the West Wind<span class="wtr-time-wrap after-title"><span class="wtr-time-number">1</span> min read</span>

To the farthest lady there I might see,

flagged tons of deepest regards from me.

There, you are standing, thudding the wind apart,

O lady! Who beholds the true virtue, don’t go and don’t depart?

To the farthest lady there,  I might see.

 

You be ok, O! West wind lady!

There, might be at times, you r down…

Begot your faith back to you

It will help you if the wind is gone away,

until u believe, you r the west wind yourself

You be ok, west wind lady…

 

You stand pole apart to everyone I know,

have you ever seen rain being compared with snow.

You will never know what it takes to be so, that you are indeed,

I know you are overwhelmed from the love you already feed.

Don’t worry West wind lady, without your love!

The season may dry; he has to return otherwise he would cry.

To the farthest lady there I might see.

 

Pics Courtesy: Google Image( edited)

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Rathin

Editor at Thousand Miles. Simple man with legitimate amount of dreams. An NIT Agartala, India Alumnus. Grad man from VTU, Chennai. He is a thinker, writer and teacher all mingle into the curry of dreams. He can be found in Greater Noida these days handling little techno devils.

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