Strong push against these unnatural confines; they’ve invaded your space.
Howl with each gust as your breath reaches these windows, and walls; shake, and shudder at the sound.
Flow like a stream from the south then rise up, and shift; take what you can with you, give it wings.
Steal breath with your pressing force; you make her feel so alive. Your power is intoxicating, she’s stolen by your force.
Where did you come from? Where will you return when you are through? Such strength, can it be calmed?
Roam through the earth; like swift wings fly. Fly until you’ve nothing left, and peace shall still you for a time.
Written by: Josette Hansen
Pseudonym Adinah Schramm