Antonia Williams

Rookie (07/06/1992)

Summer Solstice - Poem by Antonia Williams

Summer - for half the year it sleeps,
Only for winter's time to go.
Light coming from her sister's call,
She lies across nature's plains.
The solstice's locks that cascade in torrent
Into the sea, sunlight for you and I
Captivating all from the clown to the cleric.
Even wicked weeds whisper 'Solstice is here'.

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  • (4/10/2008 1:14:00 PM)

    Damn! Very very very good. One of the better poems I've read on here, and you captured so many images in such few words. I really hate the fact that summer lasts for such a short amount of time. It really is amazing how much better things are in summer time. Anyhow, I'm new to this, but I'd love for you to check out my stuff too. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 10, 2008

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