Monday, May 14, 2012


Rating: 4.7
If I had one month to last all year it would be June
Living like Algonquins ‘neath the full strawberry moon
Resting on a grassy carpet laid beneath my feet
While daises and white lilies emanate an odor sweet

Of course I would go back in time, back to a simpler age
With wondrous natural beauty rolling hills and scarlet sage
As streams cascade past waterfalls ‘neath skies of azure blue
While mountains painted forest green deep piety imbue

How wonderful the world could be and just how opportune
If we could live a hundred years blessed by the days of June
But nature never would agree and has no alibi
As time continues passing and tomorrow starts July
Richard Lackman
Mary Forrester 07 January 2018
What a wonderful poem, really enjoy it. Thank you.
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Heather Wilson 28 May 2012
Beautiful poem, June wonderful June, loved every line,
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Melissa Carey 16 May 2012
Another amazing one. This is just so great!
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