Wednesday, June 5, 2013

HOT SUMMER DAY - Poem for June

Hot Summer Day

The rustle of ivy
against a cool brick wall.
Wisteria and clematis
spider out
of hanging baskets
on a white-washed porch.
Lazy kittens stretch
in shady sunshine
licking their paws
beside a cistern
of rain water.
Mozart
is subdued
by a whirring fan.

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