Treasure Island

Mitchell Greenwood

Summer Heat

The dewy fields welcomed us
Beckoning for us to sojourn through
Misty early morning blue skies overhead
Sun making its first appearance

Tall grass creates a secret pathway
For us to travel holding onto one another
The scent of summers hazy morning dawning
Brings about sudden weariness

We dip our feet in the cool running stream
Inhale the sweet jasmine in the air
Your lips meet mine in sweetest passion shared
And we lie down and match the heat of the summer

Submitted: Wednesday, April 25, 2007
Edited: Thursday, February 17, 2011

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