The Minuano blew hard these days
while I was still breathing warm
~as the cold ~ always precedes the cold and win
~It went away~ taking my little steam soul
undulating in the air, losing herself in little drops….
in a boiling kettle
just whirling in the air
tasteless and odorless
Rising ~ capriciously ~ to pour into rain~
Minuano or simply minuano Wind is the name given to the current air that typically affects the Brazilian states of Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina and Paraná. It’s a cold wind of polar origin (Atlantic polar air mass), occurs after the passage of cold fronts of fall and winter, usually after rain. Wikipedia.