Summer’s Wane – A Sonnet

Posted: July 24, 2014 in Poetry
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This freedom that encompasses our day

Has natural tones, leaps of faith today

While we cherish the sunlit afternoons,

Our lives drift upon summer’s constant swoon.

We do wish delightful days to remain

Yet familiar are we to season’s chain

Events calling out to ready ourselves

Pretty soon children will imagine elves.

Hold up, wintertime? Quite enough of that

Silly chatter, embrace soft beach-combed hat.

Allow her sweet legs their delightful breeze,

Our eyes wish only she maintain her tease …

Radiate the skies with reflective peace;

Let the autumn sunlight wait out its lease.

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