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The Winds Of Change

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Author's note: This is just the beginning to this Ballad/story that I am writing. So it is a to be continued...  Show full author's note »
Author's note: This is just the beginning to this Ballad/story that I am writing. So it is a to be continued thing. =) Hope you like it! =)  « Hide author's note
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Chapter I

Breaking on the shore of the beach line, the waves are cresting so valiantly
The white mist atop the water spires, dance in the sun light of a summer’s warm day
Casting shadow as it rolls across the sky
The clouds that appeared from anywhere but nowhere
All time stands still as the thunder begins to rumble, the waves in their highest crest, as if frozen water
The fish in their leisurely water filled world
All stop in mid stroke of the not so long before peaceful harmony
The light breeze that carried away all worries now stands still in mid gust
All of time stands still
But the thunder of the seemingly alive black clouds still rumbles
All time and all things stand still, but the thunder still rumbles
With the final crack of thundering that is throughout the black clouds rumbling
All is as it was
Time starts to move again as if new life was breathed in
The cresting waves come and anew the life of the fish in their leisure filled water with no ruing for the loss of the loved
The breeze of sweet worriless dreams continues in mid gust as the clouds of black return to the dust, or whatever place created such a vile intruding force of no coerce.

As night filled the sky the day draws to a close
End old things and making way for new
It is the end of something but also the beginning
This is a compromise
Shed the old put on the new
Things may be lost but they may be re gained
Do not fret over what is lost and regained, for it brings a renewed vigor
A new start on the old end
But never a true end nor a new beginning.
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