Dotti Swanson

(Wisconsin, USA)

Summertime - Poem by Dotti Swanson

Queen Anne's lace and chicory
along the roadside way
and in between the fields of corn
and freshly new mown hay
Cows grazing in a shady glen
With a cooling stream nearby
What a lovely way
to spend the day
and watch the world go by


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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