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Summer Thrills And Chills

The tea party guests were warmly welcomed,
By Frankenstein and his just-married bride.
All their nearest new neighbors had come,
To their quaint estate in the countryside.

The refreshments were utterly delectable,
The cakes and cookies so moist and sweet;
But unease among the guests was detectable,
Lending chills to the golden August heat!

Host and hostess were witty and charming,
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Summer Thrills And Chills
Saturday, July 31, 2021
Topic(s) of this poem: rhyme,celebration,humor,fear,flight
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Photograph courtesy of Marta Simon from Pixabay
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