Summer Time - Poem by Casi Eddy
O, warm sun,
Sand between my toes.
What would i do without you?
Shiver in the cold?
I burn on a hot summer day,
As i run bare foot
On the burning black pavement.
I swim in the pool,
Or in a river or a lake.
I have fun with my friends,
As we run in tank tops and shorts,
Our hair in pony tails.
We eat ice cream from the container,
And drink Mountain Dew all day.
We run to the park,
And ride our bikes to town.
Parents set us free in the early morning,
Just to welcome us home in the late, late night.
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