So Whispers the Wind

Come sit with me,
Whispered the wind,
There’s much to see,
With worries far behind.

Come talk to me,
Said the wispy cloud,
Only spoken it be,
In silence not aloud.

Come, take my glow,
Tendered the dying sun,
Melt away your woe,
And your worries undone.

Come, you are not alone,
Rumbled the great white peaks,
In our shadows have you grown,
Life sprouts within our creeks.

Come my child,
Purred Mother Earth,
Find comfort in the wild,
My kin offer copious mirth.

Footnote: This picture I took inspired the first few lines. Then on the occassion of #EarthDay, I decided to complete it.

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