Wind and Trees

Could you be any stronger?
May any be careless?
I could never fall,
And you could never let me.
Fall through the light,
Cats away people crowd my vision.
The night pressed down before you came.
Many tugged at me,
Below them I was falling.
Few caught on.
Could you be any stronger?
May any be careless?
I could never fall,
And you could never let me.
The wind took my destruction,
Going as quickly as it came.
For it was banished by the others,
far too full of shame.
The few trees lowered their boughs,
and I was taken aloft.
While the other climbed to meet me,
His words where spoken soft.
Could you be any stronger?
May any be careless?
I could never fall,
And you could never let me.
So I was taken,
From the darkest room.
Where their was none I was dead,
and now I live again.
Could you be any stronger?
May any be careless?
I could never fall,
And you could never let me.





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