Remembering Summers Gone

I remember last summer,

When azure swept the sky,

The birds were all tweeting,

The clouds rushing by;

Soft rushes were hushing

Kissed by the south wind,

The winter’s cold memory 

Into past did rescind.

I stood by the lakeside

And searched the landscape,

I can’t remember for what, 

As my thoughts it escapes.

But I know that I loved it,

And shall do so again,

But as frosts linger on,

I’m not sure as to when?

Remembering summers 

Has become my pastime,

But at least thinking of them

Has provided this rhyme.

So, I’ll head to the warm climes

Of summers long gone,

And pray for their coming,

And that they’re not too long.

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