Evening Breeze

Poem By Paul Gerard Reed

When the evening breeze
Ruffled the leaves in the half-light
I felt the greatness in the air,
Just standing there;
The quietness absorbed all thoughts
And carried me away to another place
A place where everything was all right
With no need for night;
And in that moment I knew
That everything that had happened,
Or was going to be,
Was down to me, just me;
The breeze carried the sorrow away
Into the clouds that slid over the trees,
Unexpectedly;
And left me alone

Comments about Evening Breeze

Well expressed thoughts and feelings. An insightful poem with beautiful rendition of words. Thanks for sharing.
Fantastic poem.well written Paul
, tranquil peace, calmness, aloneness as against loneliness....these are beautiful experience which lifts the soul up to God....... thank u dear poet. tony
The breeze carried the sorrow away Into the clouds that slid over the trees, Dew drops I see someone's tears in you. Such a lovely poem!
The imagery was really brilliant in this poem. Great poem! Congrats, and well deserved! ! 10+++


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