Summer Time - Poem by Marion Caragounis
As clouds drift high across the sky
Lulled gently by a breeze,
Take time to smile and rest awhile
Among the grass and trees.
The lazy haze of sunny days
Soon fades to autumn mist,
So while you can let summer tan
A face the sun has kissed.
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