A Windy Day

Sir John Lavery, R.A., R.S.A., R.H.A. 1856-1941 A WINDY DAY (1910)

A Windy Day, a poem by Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

Just to let you know you are not alone.
Do not get angered as I wish to flirt.
With my power many things will be blown.
Modesty forget as I sweep your skirt.

Your hat will become a cartwheel rolling
Recklessly across the endless soft sand.
Is attention I want while you’re strolling
On this bright morning lost in your dreamland.

Can you hear my song whistling in your ear?
It is my sad song of ever longing.
Able to caress you. To have you near
To absorb the love I know you would bring.

Can you please turn around towards my way?
So my soft breath upon your lips will stay.

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