Peter S. Quinn
Sonnet 84, In The Hearts Of Summer... - Poem by Peter S. Quinn
In the hearts of summer I have there found,
A colourful nature I love and adore,
Its awakening pleasures are sure and sound,
And always at each step one finds there more.
Your glow of sunshine and flowers in earth,
The growth that comes when the seeds find their way,
With strength of life in time of their birth,
When dusk has left in the dawn of the day.
I love you well, oh routings to my fate,
That has given all joy that life has shown
And creators' wisdom therein well lies.
Each morn you give is of thought and debate,
To bear witness the love that you have grown,
But does not dwell still, the hour away flies.
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