Dolphins Tune

Journal Note:

Cooler – about 3:00 a.m. a true North wind blew –

The dolphin wind chimes tinkled in tune to the

Coolness of the north wind. –




“No west wind blew.

No east wind came.

The North wind echoed,

“There’s been a change!”

The South rose up and said,

“It’s still summer here!”

“Be gone cold wind,

It’s my time of year!”


“I bring the warmth up from the west;

Dry desert winds that

Bake and test!”

“Go back from where, and

Whist you came,

“South” winds blow

Is still my name!!”



Poem by denisebalog©

Enjoy your summer Saturday!



Author: DeniseBalog

Author and Photographer who enjoys writing about Jesus and sharing photographs to illuminate His beauty.

7 thoughts on “Dolphins Tune”

  1. 🙂 made me smile…Canadians have a short summer —relatively speaking — This year we’ve had more rain and cooler nights. I understand there’s a connection to a 30 year solar cycle and solar flares from the sun. Incredible how God’s universe works — beyond out understanding. But yes and amen to the summer winds…and warm sun-soaking days!

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    1. We have been blessed with a summer of under 100 temps and in that we rejoice! Before long, the days will grow shorter, and I am not ready for that yet! Thank you for stopping by friend:) I always enjoy hearing from you!! xoxo


  2. A happy summer weekend to all. We have had a real blast from the Antarctic so you can image how quickly the winds from the south can impact our warm Winter day and really remind us of the cold. Even in the north of our sunny state this cold blast has impacted. Thank you for the dolphin blog. interesting and enjoyable.

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