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The Songs Of June
 
Down a well-worn path
To the garden wall
Soft summer breezes
Capture all...
Anemones dance
To birdsong melodies.
I see them bow and curtsey,
Those sweet peonies.
Butterflies on parade,
So lovely in flight.
Kaleidoscope wings
Capture sunlight.
And bumblebees hum
A lovely old tune
As they sweetly kiss
The roses of June.
Lady sun swims slowly
Off to the West
To pose for a portrait
She must look her best.
Lovely flowers retire
And doze in their beds.
While the Angels are painting
Vivid blue, gold and reds.
As twilight approaches
The marshes come alive.
With the chirping of crickets
And flickering fireflies.
I'll linger awhile by the garden wall
And listen for the whippoorwill call.
The path is well lit by the silver moon.
As I listen for the songs of June.





By Mariannajo

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