Theory:

Though the poet of the poem 'Wind' talks about the wind's destructive power, he also asks us to befriend it by being strong. In this way, he believes, the wind will not have any chance to break our belongings.

Like Shelly's "Ode to the West Wind", which praises and talks about the wind's destructive nature, the poet Bharati talks about the wind's destructive nature. Here, the poet brings about the wind's power; thereby, he wants us to be strong to face and befriend the wind.

The poem also contains an inner meaning inside that; just like the strong wind, we may encounter many obstacles in life. We shouldn't hesitate to face those but should develop courage and boldness to face all the difficulties in life. We should be physically and mentally strong to face the obstacles in life. If we do that, definitely we'll not struggle and give up the challenges in life; but we will win over all the difficulties and challenges.

The poet indirectly asks people to make themselves strong, not just physically but mentally, to overcome the difficulties in life. 'Wind' here is compared to the 'difficulties' or 'challenges' in life.
 
Meaning of difficult words:
 
S.No
Words
Meaning
1.
befriend
to become someone's friend
2.
belonging
things owned by someone
3.
hesitate
to be worried to do something
4.
destructive causing severe damage or harm
5.
difficulty factor causing trouble in achieving a positive result
6.
courage the ability to do something
7.
Obstacles Something that interferes or prevent the progress