Deidre Blair

Rookie - 11 Points (6-18-1961 / Gary, Indiana)

Summer - Poem by Deidre Blair

Weather in the 90’s, lots of sun and steamy rain
People losing the weight which in winter they gained
Beaches full of people enjoying the sand and the water
Backyard barbeques with hamburgers and hotdogs for starters
Graduations, weddings and reunions for family and classes
Halter tops, bikinis, muscles shirts and sun glasses
Newly finished decks and manicured lawns
Lazy noon naps after church with the curtains drawn
Salads, lemonade, melon, and popsicles
Adults sitting out on the porch while the chidren ride their bicycles
A time for amuzment parks and dune rides in a Hummer
A favorite time of the year for many is Summer.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 13, 2005

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