Today’s Post Brought to You By Emma

Written by Emma Zurcher-Long

“Today I will tell a short story about a girl who wanted to speak to the wind.  She listened with ears attuned to wind’s song, and desired to speak with its power and beauty.  But the wind was not used to listening, and the sounds she made were ignored.  People heard her and told her to be less noisy.  The wind was loud, yet no one attempted to quiet it.  The girl understood the wind’s voice and eventually it heard her.  Neither one spoke with words.

“The End”

Emma Chose this image from a google search "Girl in the wind"

Emma chose this image from a google search “Girl in the wind”

14 responses to “Today’s Post Brought to You By Emma

  1. ladyserenity92

    Reblogged this on Ladyserenity's Weblog and commented:
    A whisper to the hearts of people. Great story!

  2. ladyserenity92

    I love your story, Emma! Thank you for posting it.

  3. Thank you for everything you share with us, Emma. This is so beautiful. ❤

  4. Beautiful, Emma. Thank you for sharing your wisdom this morning. 🙂

  5. beautiful!

  6. Gettin’ good at typing Yeah! Love hearing your voice =).

  7. I love your story, Emma! Do you know the Robert Louis Stevensonpoem:
    “Who has seen the wind?
    Neither you nor I,
    But when the trees bow down their heads,
    The wind is passing by.”

    Love you and your stories.


  8. Of course I was totally wrong, it is NOT Robert Louis Stevenson but Christina Rossetti. And it starts with:
    “Who has seen the wind?
    Neither I nor you,
    But when the leaves hang trembling,
    The wind is passing through”.

  9. Marie Brennan

    Thanks for sharing your lovely story, Emma.

  10. I love your stories Emma. Brother wind sings so well. Keep singing to him.

  11. Emma’s quite the writer! I will review her posts with my daughter Zoe. Zoe loves to write also and she will be inspired to see Emma’s work. You have a wonderful daughter!

  12. Thank you Emma for your creative writing! Love it! Keep going!

  13. Reblogged this on bunnyhopscotch and commented:
    A beautiful poignant story from Emma. Can you hear?

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