A FEATHER IN THE WIND

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    A FEATHER IN THE WIND

    Throughout my life
    I've been blown
    everywhere
    from place to place
    each time I land
    I leave part
    of my feather there

    The more I land
    the less I have
    no one notices
    how my feather looks
    each time it took
    each time I land

    As time passes
    the less of a feather I am
    I'm a lonely soul
    a feather of love
    just a single wing
    with a goal to win
    until one day
    I found the Lord
    I am not a feather anymore
    I am a skeleton
    of a feather blowing in the wind
    finally landing free
    between you and me
    in our sweet dream.

    AIXA

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    PRober commented on A FEATHER IN THE WIND

    07-03-2009

    very pretty poem indeed... spiritually and symetrically. Well written!

    AIXA

    07/03/2009

    Thank you so much, I am glad you liked it.

    NevillePark commented on A FEATHER IN THE WIND

    06-24-2009

    "Not a feather any more" ... now a skeleton. Ok! I can choose to see the positive inference of the image = A skeleton might easily speak of see though, open to all. I t would have to mean new beginnings for someone entering into the knowledge of Christ [ if you're talking about a personal relationship with Him.] As a newly ratified being one is only at the framework stage of understanding - the meat and bones coming with each trek along the way. Now you can grow to see the wings from which those feathers came. Order out of chaos (despite the nay sayers insistence) is an element of attainable interest.

    AIXA

    06/25/2009

    Your thoughts are true and match my way of expressing.

    simplypeace commented on A FEATHER IN THE WIND

    05-02-2009

    psalm 62:6 He only is my rock and my salvation: he is my defense; I shall not be moved. How true! Before we were saved by His beautiful Grace, we were unstable and shaky and always blowing around in the wind and falling apart! But now...we are solid and strong! this is a beautiful poem!

    AIXA

    06/13/2009

    Yes, the little girl, became stronger.

    orsonav commented on A FEATHER IN THE WIND

    04-26-2009

    This poem is one that identifies a great find-The Lord. The skeleton will grow, and the person will become whole in the Lord. Great poem.

    origionalmerlin commented on A FEATHER IN THE WIND

    04-24-2009

    well chosen words and form support each other to make this a fine poem... good job Poet!!!

    If I feel physically as if the top of my head were taken off, I know that is poetry.

    Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) American poet.

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