The Smiles That We Share


Shout It Out, 'summer In March! ' - Poem by The Smiles That We Share

March,
March,
What a bummer,
I wish it were summer.

I can’t wait to bathe in the summer rays,
Oh, how I long for those days,
The smell of the pool,
It’s touch so cool.

I’ll go on a cruise,
And take a snooze,
Floating on top of the ocean,
I’ll sing to It’s motion.

Oh, I can’t wait,
For that one special date,
You’ll take me to the fair,
And show me you care.

When the sun goes down,
The moon will shine bright,
We will sigh at the sight,
Knowing that summer won’t last,
But it’ll still be a blast.

Sitting in school,
Doing something constructive,
Oh, summer, It’s so seductive,
When June comes we’ll be free,
Because summer is all I can see.

March,
March,
What a bummer,
I wish it were summer.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 9, 2009



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