Peter S. Quinn

Sunshine’s Once Again Here - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

Sunshine is once again here
Glowing from in and out
Golden threads everywhere
When low down and in doubt

Wishing wells of yesterday
All that was in its old song
As the threads come and play
Together when we do long

All is in footsteps that come
Colors to a heart pounding
That where our feelings are from
Gold echoes their sounding

Sea of the touches and deep
Flowers within that don´t fall
Yours forever assets to keep
When colors of summer call

Sunshine is filling my window
With all that I see outside
Summer my roses shall grow
Now to its loveliness abide

Wishing wells to tomorrow
Every time in your uncertainty
Let summer yielding adagio
Make every desire guarantee

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 28, 2011

Poem Edited: Monday, May 30, 2011

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