How rare in summer is a day like this
when the sun beams kindly on my face
and yesterday’s rain relieves my roots from the pain
of digging to the depths of this place.
All about my head are curls of pink and red
though they’re brown on oppressive summer days
from the scorching of the sun,
from dawn ’til day is done
yet I thrive, and my colors are ablaze!
My arms, adorned with leaves sway gently in the breeze,
a reprieve from the cruel and gusty gale.
From a heat I can’t forget, comes a strength I don’t regret
for it’s that which allows me to prevail.
I’m a flower in bloom, and all I have to offer,
all I have to give,
is at its best on a rare day like today.
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My cousin Linda’s blog. Thought you might like it. David
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Thank you David!
Beautiful as always. I look forward to reading your blog
So glad you like reading it, Carolyn!