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Summer Lady

Summer lady 

In her blue cotton dress 

Walking down the street 

Her red hair shines in soft evening ray 

Like copper ribbon in gentle breeze 

With a soft voice she sings a song 

And it’s of a nightingale’s

Sweet summer lady 

With a dimple deep 

Her skin is of color bronze 

Hard tanned from the wheat field sun 

She sways gently along the way 

Her straw sandal brushing the tall green grass

Summer lady 

As plain as the pale blue sky 

She would scoff at melting butter 

She would hush a crying boy 

She would try to rhyme the world 

With her sweet verse late at night

Sweet summer lady 

In her blue cotton dress 

Strolling down this narrow street 

She waves at me and drops a smile 

Which falls gently upon my chest 

There I smile and whisper soft 

“Here’s a daughter of the earth” 

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