Peter S. Quinn


Summer Summer - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

Summer summer once again here,
And reaching all over the meadows;
Growths of colors are everywhere,
With variant shades in the rows.

Contrasting life with coming of spring,
Beautiful sights out my window;
Love's now growing and starting to sing,
But shall my heart ever know.

Summer summer once again here,
Everything regeneration could enclose;
Sky is all wonderful blue and clear,
That's how each summer goes.

Contrasting life with coming of spring,
Beautiful sights out my window;
Love's now growing and starting to sing,
But shall my love ever show.

Summer summer once again here,
And reaching all over the meadows;
Reaping all out like in last year,
But where's my love you suppose?


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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 23, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, February 17, 2011


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