Wonder into the Wind

You used to wonder into the wind to seek answers to the unknown.
You would place your hands on the Braille of a tree trunk
to gain meaning from this life into your next.
A leaf falling would touch your face in a ways that said
you may ask, I will not answer
Your thirst for meaning, never ending
even as you walked into the setting sun
still asking why.

4 responses to “Wonder into the Wind

  1. Truly astonishing in your form of words, i appreciate them.

  2. Thanks. You are great ! Read other Blogs and post Comments……. Happy New Year !!!

  3. Another gorgeous poem, dear Aishling.

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