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Summer '05
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Summer '05

Evergreens and wheat fields, sparrows outside my pane,
dusty swirls of ghostly whirls running down my lane.
Breezes softly calling, ruffle through the trees,
dancing branches dropping summer dried leaves.
The rustle of the grasses, the harvest of the wheat,
rays of glaring sunshine glimmer in the heat.
Nighttime frogs are singing, insects voices long,
they trill and twitter loudly cacophony of song.
Full moon rises slowly, orange before it's light,
so bright to cast it's shadows of critters of the night.
Summer in its fullness, overflows in rich display
as days begin to dwindle, she'll soon go away.
'Til Autumn comes a'calling, I'll languish in the sun,
run barefoot through dried grasses
enjoying summer fun.


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Submitted: Sunday, August 14, 2005

Last Updated: Sunday, August 14, 2005

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