A SUMMER DANCE
I can hear it sounding in my ear
Leaving a glowing auditory chore
The air is filled with its charismatic aura
It’s the pressure in my leg, and the tune in my ear
And the heat in my veins
The snow melts away
Flowers start to bloom again
The wild cold winter is gone astray
Rivers will flow a-fresh
And wildlife starts to bargain on a summer deal.
The park is revived
The children rebound under the glowing sun
In the summer skies
The swans and pigeons play around
Spreading their colourful chatter around.
DATE : 23/10/16
Copyright © Tinetariro Mushoriwa | Year Posted 2020
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