The Wind

More serene than watching the tender sun rise in all its glory,
More beautiful than the voluminous waters of the seven oceans,
Such is the story,
Of her swirling emotions…

Oh!The poor damsel,
A cool wind blew past her…
Driving away her sorrow,her fear.
She thought it was here to stay
But the wind that it was,
For just a while, it was near.

Oblivious to its ways, she tread on her path
Along with the wind
Laughing all along
The wind blew sometimes warm sometimes cold…
Leaving the poor damsel,
At times dazed,at times sore.

It took along with it the rustling leaves, a thorny rose
The rose pricked her, the wind began to blow away
Alas!It fancied the blood-red rose more
To the sweet damsel’s great dismay…

The rose petals dancing in unison,
Touching the wind in elation
The damsel left yearning for the wind,wondered
Was it all a delusion?

Indifferent,she became, to the charming,unpredictable wind
Though she could feel her heart within,breaking into pieces…
With all the little pieces,she loved it the same
Memories flashed across her mind
Of the times when they played a lovely game…

A tear rolled down her cheeks
Wiping it away swiftly,
She walked on with determination
Indifferent to the whims and fancies of the wind
All she knew was,she had to reach her destination.

Time passed by,the rose withered,lost its colour
The determined damsel regained her peace
Her heart, still wounded,slowly began to heal
The brightness of the morning sun,
All over again she could feel.

The wind was stunned by her changed demeanour
Once again,it went after her.
Day and night, it would keep blowing
The damsel now seemed all-knowing
It kept trying in vain,
Time and again…

The kind damsel,soon melted,
Like everything was always the same,
‘The wind was never at fault,
I was the one to blame’,
She murmured to herself.

Indeed,
More serene than watching the tender sun rise in all its glory,
More beautiful than the voluminous waters of the seven oceans,
Such is the story,
Of her swirling emotions!

-LAIRAI K.

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