That Summer Afternoon

Rating: 5.0
On the front porch swing, lost in a world of color,
Darting bluejays and ravishing blossoms sang summer!
Passersby peered at me, then nodded their greetings,
Like the sunshine in your face at butterfly meetings.

The sparkling pond captured perky, honeyed sunbeams,
And reflected blue skies with puffy clouds of cream.
While the lush emerald grass had grown rather tall,
I spotted more violet roses than I had ever recalled.
Monday, February 22, 2021
Topic(s) of this poem: rhyme,beauty,summer,nature,birds,flowers,happiness
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Varsha M 22 February 2021
Beautiful beginning of the day with these thoughts. Nice one Evelyn.
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Varsha M 22 February 2021
And i ask time to pause a minute, let me ve sn ethnographer enjoying every moments
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Robert Murray Smith 22 February 2021
This poem engenders serenity.
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