What color is the wind?

White, blue or
crimson clear
of desperate clouds
in stirring thoughts of nights
in the dark
that matters not
among the larks
of mighty Spring
which sunned and bloomed
with every drop of wind














Art by Daniel F.Gerhartz.


She is primarily a teacher of English. Also her mind is lured by goodies like finance, economics, interest rates, the stock market, as she has a hankering for how the money is made. Nevertheless she is a dreamer on a cloud...As dreams cost nothing... In ordinary days she is a word-weaver for everything and everything that breathes. In the best of days she just follows the seasons by means of bike, skis, or roller-skates. She is grateful to all colors of the world and to people who read, laugh, smile and drop a line here, or on her email.

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7 comments on “What color is the wind?
  1. ZurkPoetry says:

    Beautiful ­čśŐ I especially love your phrase, desperate clouds.

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  2. Iulia Halatz says:

    Thank you for your kind words :). My imagination is a wild hound roaming the Word forest.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Wonderfully written!

    Liked by 2 people

  4. Iulia Halatz says:

    Thank you very much!


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