I'm in the wind
Today I felt the wind go by,
It whispered me a lonely sigh.
And in my heart I heard a moan.
It seemed to say I'm all alone.
I cried unto this envoys ear
In answer to this lovers fear.
This wind that came from coast to coast
This warming wind this spirits host.
And on this wind I sent my love
To circle back from high above.
To touch you like the morning dew,
With echoes of embraces too.
I'll climb the hill and wait you there.
I'll meet you in the winds ensnare.
And we'll embrace within this soar
And mingle there forevermore.
The wind will lift the meadowlark
And on its wings we will embark.
[This message has been edited by Seymour Tabin (edited 04-13-2000).]