Poetry: Summer

Melissa Russell By Melissa Russell, 21st Dec 2010 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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A reflection in poetic form about Summer and what it meant to children

Summer

It seemed like summer would never end
playing beneath the willow tree.
We'd dance among dandelions and
chase butterflies with glee.
Lightening bugs glow, reminding us of
lighthouses casting their light across the sea.
Quiet whispers and laughter filled our
days and nights with youthful
anticipation of another day to come.
Down by the brook, a dam was built
by small hands. It held back a
stream where tadpoles swam.
we played leap frog there.
To us summer was a time of adventure.
We did not think of tomorrow as
adults did, we unashamedly took what
we could from the day.
Summer, was ours.
A cherished friend,
one we looked forward
to seeing each year.

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Creek, Melissa R Bickel, Poetry About Life, Summer Poetry, Summertime, Tadpoles

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author avatar Melissa Russell
I write because I love it and as the years have passed, I've found my knowledge and skills haven't grown by leaps and bounds.

Poetry is where I spend most of time.

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author avatar angelnjuly
22nd Dec 2010 (#)

I love the warm breeze of summer, they fire up my heavens and whisper a happy tune

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author avatar Denise O
31st Dec 2010 (#)

Just a sweet poem, that took me back in time.
Thank you for sharing.:)

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author avatar Maria Papadopoulou
12th Jan 2011 (#)

You bring back some old but not forgotten memories...bittersweet...exactly as i love it!

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
3rd Mar 2011 (#)

A warm summer poem to enjoy!

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