Lisa Marie Mottert


Summer Whispers - Poem by Lisa Marie Mottert

Swimsuit, sandals, and sand between your toes
Umbrellas flavoring the air with colorful flow
Mementos of broken seashells and shaved aqua glass
Memories of a gray stormy past-
Emerald sea grass cools your sun baked feet
Rolling foamy tide embrace the ship fleet.

Wind serenades the soaring seagulls
Hark, the sea moves in a minuet lull
Immobile, sitting on the beach chair today
Sand castles form, you watch the children play
Pastel shades and a refreshing drink
Euphoria consumes without a blink-
Reading a magazine, feeling a warm chill
Special memories of a summer thrill.


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 12, 2014

Poem Edited: Monday, January 13, 2014


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