Tag Archive: summer

Summer Haze

A summer’s breath, Whisks moments by. In laughter, sun, Inviting sky.   A pause in light Then setting hue, It splashes in Then, gone from view.   This time of now In summer’s haze,… Continue reading

Fresh Starting

A saddened farewell in paths of fun To all that came in our days So long to moments of timeless go And greeting to routine craze. An instant seen, felt warmly in light… Continue reading

Quenched

Heat can be awful When its only relief is A sputtering fan. But to be lucky In the quenching of water Is bliss beyond dreams. When mind and body Are soothed they appreciate… Continue reading

Summer nothing? Yes!

It’s different these days that time we call Summer. The anticipation of it can be felt long before it hits. But it isn’t the same kind as it was when I was child.… Continue reading

Go…Take a Walk

I am loving being outside this summer. I’ve been walking a lot to begin the day and to keep the young ones busy and have found it unbelievably fulfilling. There is something to… Continue reading

At Summer’s End

At Summer’s End The Bend, the fold The towel lies there wet and cold. The Splashy Blue The hue, the joy The crazy chaos floating toy. The Heated Feet The Seat, the bake… Continue reading

A Distant Anguish

I waited for all to arrive here, A house-full of loved ones to stay, While out there a family was grieving, The end of a time spent away. My family packed in for… Continue reading

Novel Update #8

I have failed. I humbly acknowledge my failure in completing my Novel before the end of June. Try as I might, summer has gotten the best of me and my precious writing. I… Continue reading

Ode to the Gundai

The boys gather round They’re all on the ground They move in seamless sway Their laughs fill the air With casual flare In days of endless play. I try to keep up No… Continue reading