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A Memory Of June

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When June comes dancing o'er the death of May,
With scarlet roses tinting her green breast,
And mating thrushes ushering in her day,
And Earth on tiptoe for her golden guest,

I always see the evening when we met--
The first of June baptized in tender rain--
And walked home through the wide streets, gleaming wet,
Arms locked, our warm flesh pulsing with love's pain.
I always see the cheerful little room,
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Linnea Blumen 27 April 2017
I love the feeling embedded in the poem.
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Richard Lavelle 25 April 2017
ah, what memories of my younger days when i thought i was in love.richard lavelle
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all I could read is jet fuel can't melt steel beams and 9/11 did bush
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Chinedu Dike 19 April 2015
Very romantic piece of poetry well graced in metaphoric piece of lines with beautiful rhyme scheme. A lovely poem indeed. Thanks for sharing.
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Michelle Reeve 15 July 2014
Beautiful poem, I am surprised it is not better known.
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Sylva Portoian 04 November 2011
Now... we are at fall But your poem felt me To feel in June... Your rhymes are music Dancing over my chest... I can't leave your poems Although it's dark Your stanzas Left me forget the clock
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claude, love this. a lot of sensitivity and great images.
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