Peter S. Quinn


Meetings with Summer (From, Poems of Papa Due)


Meetings with summer,
When the spring shall return;
Color varieties strummer,
The new seedlings to learn.
Like the stars above burning,
All is filled with morn light;
And our hope is yearning,
For the new and very bright.

Meetings with new day,
That was not here before;
Growth comes in to the allay,
With flowers to adore.
All what is of innocence,
Now covering the earth;
In great shade abundance,
And the garden of rebirth.

Returning in spring,
Everything in fragrance;
Bee on a rosebud buzzing,
Life is fresh of instance.
Apparitions manifest,
Phrase callow creations;
Summer's beauty abreast,
Full age of expectations.

Submitted: Monday, May 21, 2007
Edited: Monday, February 28, 2011

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