Ray Andrews

Heat - Poem by Ray Andrews

Shimmering simmering heat
Warming my body, toasting my feet

I feel the warmth of summer days
It's soothing feel in healing rays

Winter's worries fade away
As we feel the warmth, beginning in May

Like budding new romance with hope and thrills
We blossom with sunshine and all of it's frills

Sizzling seasons bring out our best
Come the fall, we'll need the rest

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 9, 2006

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