Thursday, June 4, 2009

Poem of the month--June

POETRY: the art of rhythmical composition, written or spoken for exciting pleasure by beautiful, imaginative, or elevated thoughts.

Poetry is a wonderful form of literature that we want to show appreciation for on our blog. So we will be having a Poem of the Month segment where we will present to you some amazing works of art. Please comment with your thoughts about the poem. It's great to hear different views and input! This month's poem is...

summer song
by
Alice Ann Gordon

Summer song
summer long
summer sounds
of summer throng

summer light
summer nights
summer feels alive and bright
Floating breezes
fresh and free
gentle sunkissed
bumble bee
curling creatures
sleeping so
marching ants
they come and go
tall grass bends
in sun lit beams
medows shimmer
golden gleams
birds call out
their summer song
dawn to dusk
singing long
bubbling brooks
with silver waters
bluebells dance
like woodlands daughters
velvet mossen
folds the boulder
tree stumps covered
shadied; colder
for-get-me-nots
smile in their place
mischievious little dainty face

Summer song
summer long
summer sounds
of summer throng

summer light
summer night
summer feels alive and bright

1 comment:

  1. Love this feature. Found you through YA Blogosphere. Will be back.

    And thank you very much for promoting our book drive.

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