A Summer's Daydream

Wed, 10/09/2019 - 11:16 -- s634276

   A Summer’s Daydream

 

For shall I say nature is intriguing,

Welcoming new life in every aspect.

Flowers vividly in the light shining,

So captivating, I want to protect.

 

A summer’s breeze wisping through the sky, 

Setting a soothing sensation within.

A glimpse of lustrous stars flowing by,

Oh my! I think i’ve committed a sin.

 

But as the storm had introduced itself, 

My hazel eyes were in all fixation.

Mother nature was not feeling herself,

For I pondered, why all this frustration?

 

Yet I remembered my bliss with nature, 

And that all darkness is to be for sure.

 

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