Summer's Love

Summer's Love

A Poem by Kay

The sun kisses my cheeks,
Engulfing me with a warmth
That I haven't felt in tens of weeks.

The gentle breeze caresses and teases my hair,
Leaving loving goosebumps on my tender neck.

How extravagant are the simplest of days
As I bask in the suns glorious rays,
I am immersed in lovely memories.

I close my eyes and I am lulled by the scent of freshly cut grass
Shaded by a cluster of omnipresent trees.

I am not alone as I spoon with summer's lovingness   
While the sun embraces my secret innocence. 

© 2013 Kay


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A tender, beautiful moment, enjoying summer's mysteries and gifts. This was a fantastic write Kay. I enjoyed it!

Posted 7 Years Ago


I like it a lot. A tender sentiment with a hint of mystery, well written, using simple words that have a strength of gentle purpose. You've done well, Kay!

Posted 7 Years Ago


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Added on April 26, 2013
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Tags: summer, love, poem, metaphor, simile, word, heart, warm, loving, rhyme, time

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