Frank James Ryan Jr...FjR

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June...June...June...June... (R)


This is for June n' all the Summers it brings
Wind chasing bells of a Church steeple ring
Olde songs of wedlock over top hat, an' lace
As June passes torch.... to July's scarlet face

Grown trees, full jackets of multi-hue green
The last pink magnolia leaf still can be seen
Ther's a breeze in the air that carries a scent
Of sweet honeysuckle......fresh efflorescence

Night casts its chill...yet June has its motive
A bright ardent globe... a lovers sweet votive
Moonlight romance, 'neath a nautical breeze
Make lov' in June dance like starshine on sea





©Frank J. Ryan, Jr./2013


______________- F j R -______________
Above Work is a nine time Competition Winner
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Submitted: Sunday, June 29, 2014

Topic of this poem: june


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