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Appreciating the hot summer


Appreciating the hot summer
Appreciating the hot summer is not easy for most
The scorching summer does appear to roast
Everything, earth, plant, animal and man
But sun pours its enormous energy, for us to store, if we can!

A large segment of earth becomes a free ‘sauna bath’
Something which is a costly affair in a hotel or club
It is healthy and delicious after the sauna to have a chilled shower bath
We should be grateful for the free massive hot air bath tub

The hot summer is the cause of clouds and rain
With blessings of flower, fruit, vegetable and grain
And to repeat we have to learn to trap the massive solar energy
Even a few weeks of this solar outpouring can exceed our annual needs of energy

Submitted: Monday, June 03, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 02, 2013
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Appreciating the hot summer
Appreciating the hot summer is not easy for most
The scorching summer does appear to roast
Everything, earth, plant, animal and man
But sun pours its enormous energy, for us to store, if we can!

A large segment of earth becomes a free ‘sauna bath’
Something which is a costly affair in a hotel or club
It is healthy and delicious after the sauna to have a chilled shower bath
We should be grateful for the free massive hot air bath tub

The hot summer is the cause of clouds and rain
With blessings of flower, fruit, vegetable and grain
And to repeat we have to learn to trap the massive solar energy
Even a few weeks of this solar outpouring can exceed our annual needs of energy

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