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Summers Heat

Heated moisture was in the clouds above. A love storm hit me on a summer's night. At ground level, there was a feel of love. It took control, and I offered no fight; Spun me around like nothing ever felt. It rose quickly and then slowly declined. Came upon us suddenly, and then left. The atmosphere was touched by the divine. Crystal waters flooded my every pore. Rapid pour-down shower on summer's eve. Romantic kiss, not encountered before. After sobering pause, I took my leave. Relationship was never extended. Wisdom knew best, and it quickly ended. 052920psctest, Summers Heat Sonnet, John Hamilton 14lines ABAB CDCD EFEF GG 10 syllables per line.

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Date: 5/31/2020 7:06:00 PM
Nice metaphor of the storm and a "love storm." So many vivid images. Good luck in the contest.
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