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.
Comments about Summer 1964 by Adrian Wait
Read this poem in other languages
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.