View from the Window: Zephyr’s Dance


I opened the window fully, sat down and looked out. The sky is bright, the day clear. A cool breeze circles, causing branches to sway gently. Zephyr flies in through the branches, breaking down into small swirls of individuality where the branches are touched. Some swirl toward me, through the open window, giggling as they caress my face and gently pull my hair. They bless my skin with the warmth of the Sun mixed with the cool freshness of a January morning. They hiss as they delicately whisper two words into my ear. “Feel Good!” they say, and I do.

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10 responses to “View from the Window: Zephyr’s Dance”

  1. bcparkison avatar

    And it is good to feel good.

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    1. Tom avatar

      It certainly is, Beverly. I try to recommend it all the time! 😀

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  2. Visionkeeper avatar

    Like that. Short and to the point. It’s all up to us in the end what we do with what we are given…. VK 🙂

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    1. Tom avatar

      So true, VK.
      I didn’t have much time to write, so chose to write this in a hundred words! And it fitted! 😀

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  3. Visionkeeper avatar

    P.S. Where’s the window???

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    1. Tom avatar

      Hehehe. Ahh… erm…
      It’s there, VK!
      (Well, it is now…!)

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  4. Sue Dreamwalker avatar

    A fresh breeze certainly has that feel good factor when a little sunshine is in the mix too.. ❤

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    1. Tom avatar

      Sunshine has that effect, Sue. Zephyrs seem to like it! 😀

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  5. prenin avatar

    I love mornings like that! 🙂 ❤

    Blessed Be! 🙂 ❤

    Prenin.

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    1. Tom avatar

      Indeed, Prenin. Most relaxing.

      Liked by 1 person

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