Poetry

The Desert Wind – a poem by Mark Tulin – Amethyst Review

The Desert Wind There’s an eastern wind from the desert that blows dry air into a big swirl. The wind whispers a strange melody…
— Read on amethystmagazine.org/2019/02/07/the-desert-wind-a-poem-by-mark-tulin/

Freelance writer, poet, yogi and photographer from Santa Barbara, California. I write and take pictures about a variety of topics, from my early childhood in Philadelphia, to my years as a family therapist, and finally to my soul-searching years in California. The things that move me may have a humorous or serious content or both. Either way, I hope my poetry, pictures and stories resonate with you.

11 comments on “The Desert Wind – a poem by Mark Tulin – Amethyst Review

  1. Mark, a powerful poem that captures the devastating Santa Ana winds in our part of the country. Your words honor nature even though it can be devastating. Jordy

  2. Theresa Ruiz

    Amazing and stirring! Perfectly describes those terrible winds. If only they blew Hope into the scene instead of destruction. Thank you for sharing your talent!

    • An intriguing idea, Theresa. Perhaps the winds serve a positive function in the face of such destruction. Perhaps it strengthens us or at the very least, wakes us up. Much Peace, Mark.

  3. Mark this was a beautiful piece of Poetry. You depicted then Desert Wind swirling which is so magical. As well as the harm it can bring. I love the Ameythst Sand Graphic which is my favorite color. Sand Therapy is wonderful to use in the class room too!
    Love your work.
    Yonnie💜
    InHisCare 🙏

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