Come In, The Wind Dancer (dedicated to Sandy Lynn Sacher, B.S.)
Come in, you wind, please, settle down
Must be quite tired, all that rushing around!
Tell me a tale – oh, come on, dear wind!
Tell me what you've seen, tell me where you've been?
Yes, please come in, wind, to tell me a story –
Whatever you speak of, I know will not bore me
You've flown over here, blown over there,
Visited places no one would dare
You've traveled so near, traveled so far,
Say, what is it like to touch all those stars?
You can drip like the rain, rush like the water,
Cool things way down or make them much hotter
You come on in, my dear, dear friend wind
Blow right through my soul, cleanse me deep down within
Then, take me with you as you go, I pray you dear wind
Carry me gently, pull me loose from my skin
Let's dance windy waltzes as we swirl through the air
A lover's embrace – feel the joy we will share
When our wind dance is over & you return me to human,
I'll feel so much better, a much happier woman!
Yes, let us go wind, you and I
Throughout the universe let us spread wings and fly,
To visit galaxies and wonders that lie beyond sky
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