Molly Breadcrumb

Super Summer - Poem by Molly Breadcrumb

No more school
I’m always swimming in the pool
This is summer break, doesn’t this sound great?
I smell loads of chorine
The grass is a beautiful bright green
I scream for ice scream
On the beach I fly some kites
Sweet corn, ice pops, and strawberries open up, and take a bite
I sit under the stars at night
Quiet rids on my big blue bike
I love taking hikes
Charvale pool is always filled with little tikes
Always socking up the sun
but watch out for sun burn because it hurts tons
I hate burnt hotdogs on stale buns
I love huge boom fires at the beach
Fishing in funs when we all get one fish each
My hands and face always sticky from the peaches
Extremely hot air
Katie and I make a great summer pair
Pink and blue cotton candy at the fair
Sleeping in super late
When fishing I always run out of bait
Winning my swim races makes me feel great
Listening to my favorite songs
On road trips we spend long hours in the car
Mini put is lots of fun but I never am under par
I live for the summer
But soon it will be all gone and have to go to school and that’s a bummer
This is my super summer

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 17, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 12, 2011

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