Billy Loving


Ending Summer - Poem by Billy Loving

A moment of serenity found
As I look all around
Grass growing as fast as can be
While the river flows into the sea
Everything bright and green
As on a post, I lean
Dogwood, bright red
By the rain, It's been fed
Blue of the sky
As a bug flies by
Not too hot, not too cold
Weekend's story already told
Torrents have ceased
Nature's wrath unleashed
Beginning of fall
Signs ever so small
Heat of the summer ceases
The relief, it pleases
Cooling of the night
Pleasantness, it delights
Another summer fading fast
Just a brief moment do they last

Topic(s) of this poem: fall

Form: Couplet


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 8, 2015



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