"A Person Called Wind"

Who really knows the wind,
As it races through the trees,
Pushing leaves in its way,
With naught but only ease,
As it flies across open plains,
Only a trail of swaying grass remains,
Who does really know
The speed of the wind.

Who really knows the wind,
As it teases a little girl,
Lifting her hair over her shoulders,
Making her skip and twirl,
As it tickles her bare skin,
Making her giggle and grin,
Who does really know
The playfulness of the wind.

Who really knows the wind,
As it blows across the seas,
Making waves crash and destroy,
And uprooting sturdy trees,
As it lifts even heavy cars,
People's homes and lives it mars,
Who does really know,
The anger and power of the wind.

Who really knows the wind,
As it bellows howling cries,
Warning the land of a devastating storm,
With a mournful, low sigh,
As it flies away from all the pain,
Not wanting to see the earth's bane,
Who does really know,
The lament of the wind.

Who really knows the wind,
As it plays with the leaves on the ground,
Doing cartwheels and back flips,
And making a tap-dancing sound,
As it makes the leaves swirl,
With a rhythmic twirl,
Who does really know,
The dancing of the wind.

Who really knows the wind,
As it paints the blue sky,
Shaping and moving clouds,
Each one unique as it goes by,
As it touches the wind chime,
Creating different songs each time,
Who does really know,
The art and melody of the wind.

Who really knows the wind,
As it carries in the air,
The pollen from a flower,
And keeps the earth fair,
As it helps the birds soar,
To another distant shore,
Who does really know,
The duty of the wind.

There is not much known,
Except what this has shown,
That it is a mystery,
Abstruse and invisible,
Secret and incomprehensible,
Who truly does know,
This person called wind…

Author's note: I wrote this on a windy day, I hope it turned out okay. Wow, I just rhymed again…Oh, sorry, got off topic. Anyway, I don't know if you all liked the last stanza or not. I didn't think it was that good of an ending. Please review and tell me how it turned out and tell me what idea you thought I was trying to convey. Thanks so much!