When You Feel the Wind

Five Years ago?
How could we know?
That it all had to change
Now it seems so strange:
The storm that I watched blow you away
And at the same time left me here to stay

So when you feel the wind
Think of tree houses, toads, and fighting in a war
Think of trampolines, football, and walking through a store
Think of everything that meant something
And anything

So when you feel the wind, think of me
Because I can feel the wind too
And though it’s more than we can see
Let it show you everything we knew

Cause I haven’t seen you in years
As we go where the winds steers
And as each season blows through
I want you to know I still think of you
I remember you each and every day
In one or another small way

So when you feel the wind
Think of snowballs, waves, and being buried in sand
Think of water balloons, fights, and everything we’d planned
Think of everything that meant something
And anything

So when you feel the wind, think of me
Because I can feel the wind too
And though it’s more than we can see
Let it show you everything we knew

I know we would have never
Thoughts splits could be forever
And we didn’t know we had it all
Even if, and no matter, how small
Just thinking of you makes me smile
And I still miss you as I run each mile

So when you feel the wind
Think of spilled pop, N-64’s, and Sitting in a truck- there
Think of costumes, lies, and playing truth-or-dare
Think of everything that meant anything
Cause I did then and still do- care.

When you feel the wind, think of me
Cause I can feel and think of you
And though there’s more than what we can see
Let it show us everything we knew

--Written by Sandy Heights

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