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Summer is Passing

Haiku poetry

Photo by Boxed Water Is Better on Unsplash

Summer is passing.
Hot days slowly build the storm
Thunderheads abound.

Wild winds, lashing rain.
Parched ground sighs its relief.
Sun returns again.

Cycle of Summer.
Stupefying, numbing heat,
Cool-changes. Repeat.

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Christine Frances Annette Andrews

Christine Frances Annette Andrews

I am retired, enjoy reading, writing and painting watercolours. I keep a curious outlook on life. Remember the past. Live in the present. Welcome the future

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