Bring Me Those Summer Days Poem by Jayne Louise Davies

Bring Me Those Summer Days

Rating: 4.8

The howling wind it's wrath be seen,
It ravishes the trees so green,
The birds search aimlessly to land,
Bewildered settling where they can,
For nature is it's own true force,
Each day is different through weathers course,
There's nothing we can say or do,
But sit it out to see it through,
And as the rain hits window pane,
I long for bright and sun filled days,
Where I can lie upon a beach,
Those stormy days then out of reach.

Jayne Louise Davies

Anil Kumar Panda 13 March 2023

Such a beautiful write. Nice flow and rhyming. Enjoyed.

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Jayne Louise Davies 18 March 2023

Thank you so much everyone for your kind comments x

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Jayne is an ardent singer of Nature Songs! Her voice enters our hearts directly. This poem no exception

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Richard Wlodarski 14 March 2023

Bring on, cycling, pickleball and patios. What more can one ask for? Jayne, your poem has me so psyched! Thank You!

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LeeAnn Azzopardi 13 March 2023

jayne wonderful and you read my mind

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Dr Dillip K Swain 13 March 2023

A beautiful poem. My favorite lines, 'Where I can lie upon a beach/Those stormy days then out of reach. Top score dear poetess!

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Jayne Louise Davies

Jayne Louise Davies

Abercynon, Rhondda Cynon Taff
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