Adrian Wait

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Summer 1964 - Poem by Adrian Wait

In memory I tread paths we once trod
When trees were trees and God was God
Summers spent chasing the butterfly
As butterflies chased the summer by
September’s shadow a distant care
Kaki shorts and sandals to wear
Prepared for endless days of sun
Summer holidays have begun.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 1, 2009



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