Sylvia Kleinman

(Long Beach, NY, USA)

Nor'Eastern Summer 1997 - Poem by Sylvia Kleinman

Day after day; week after week; month after month
Smiley Sol from 'neath the horizon emerges,
Our souls to warm
Relentless; he
Humankind; Briefly his journey derailed
Quickly returns; his rounds to resume
Ensued by nights to soothe,
No sweat!
"A Yankee Doodle Dandy"
Hats off all
George M. Cohan; Jimmy Cagney
"IMMORTALS."


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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