Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Can you feel the wind?

Ice-cold hand against your skin,
Coat buttons can't keep out;
Lean forward, push against the force,
A down-street walkabout;

Old yellow newspaper dancing by,
A faded clarion call;
With stinging eye, you set your jaw,
Against the sudden squall;

Turn for a moment if you must,
To kiss what's swept away;
But do not tarry, turn again,
Continue on your way;

Oh, can you feel the wind today?
Oh, can you feel the wind?
Oh, can you feel the wind today?

If not today, it blows your way,
And someday soon, you will;