SUMMER LOVE (for Magpie Tales and DVerse Poets)

Sweet Summer Love Poem
SWEET SUMMER, 1912, JOHN WILLIAMS WATERHOUSE Magpie Tales’ Mag 225 Prompt

Vaporous skies
sultry air
velvet petals
tinkling water
a scenic stage
for a romance
an illusion
a summer’s dance
hold tight
to inhibitions
fever rises
to delirium
wide open eyes
blinded by light
conjures butterflies
enchanting sight
lifting her
off her feet
skimming clouds
languid heat
misty shroud
summer dipped
treacherous fall
roses die
senses reel
tears well
what was real?

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For MAGPIE TALES and DVERSE POETS’ PUB  where Marina Sofia wants us to write about what shatters our world and what it takes to make it whole again.  Check out the links for wonderful pieces of writing. 🙂  Thank you for coming by.

 

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