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  53.     

June Bug

They call me a June Bug, But I don't come in June
They really should call me a May Bug
I fly all night looking for a light
A little romance and then love

I'm the June Bug of another's dream
Yeah, I'm the one that's on your screen
I'm the one that comes in the hundreds
The one you step over with your feet

I'm a June Bug, A June Bug
I'm roly poly round
Looking for love, Yeah, looking for love
And I know it's flying around

I spend seven years in that ground
And all I ever am is a Grub
Of course when I climb out of that hole
I wanna find me a little bug love

You want to see my buddies?
Well, just keep that light burning bright
We will come in the thousands
And visit you all night

We come up from the ground
At night we can be found
We visit you in the month of May
And all night we hang around

You want to know just why
We don't move when you come outside?
Well, that's because a Bug named Fred
Told us all to pretend we died

We come up from the ground
All we want is a little Bug love
But I tell you that ain't easy
Sometimes it's just real tough

I saw Sam the Bug the other day
Flying straight for a big head light
I guess he liked it quite a lot
Because he is still there and bright

Poor Arnold the Bug, Well, I don't know
He is stuck on someone's shoe
We tried to tell him but he had listened to Fred
That Bug just wouldn't move

You think you've got troubles
Well, let me just tell you
You don't know the half of it
Til a shoe comes down on you

All we want is a little love
A little bit of that Bug love stuff
Although we come in the month of May
They call me a June Bug

A June Bug, A June Bug
I'm roly poly round
Looking for love, Yeah, looking for love
And I know it's flying around!

copyright 2005 Bill Simmons
aka BillWilliamStar@aol.com
 
Bill Simmons

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  54.     

Two Short Poems

Dandelion

Dandelion in grass
Head cotton ball white
Seeds ready for flight

9 June 2009



Summers Glory Gone

Flowers drooping heads
Petals limp
Summers glory gone

9 June 2009
 
David Harris

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  55.     

Fifty Years Of Sacred Love, Dedicated To Such Loving And Supportive Parents

My parents on June 8th 2013 had their 50th anniversary. So I wrote this in the celebration of such an epic feat



Fifty years of sacred love
Towards a Midwestern journey to the northwest
Where a strong bond, a unity was formed
Through thick and through thin
Unconditional to the essence of it’s core

Fifty years of sacred love
A naval journey made it be
A handsome kid from Iowa
Found himself a beautiful woman of his Puget Sound dreams

Through the years they carried on
Sacrificed the best that they could
Gave each other and others every bit of their hearts and souls
Always dedicated to go beyond where they could ever go

Not to say there have been rough times
But through that they always came through
Battle tested to endure the thick towards thin
Sacrificing themselves for those they love

Mother and father,
You earned the right to relax
You have worked so hard to make others around you happy
Smile, set yourself at ease
May many more golden years fallow through
Always and forever to beyond
Any limits in the priced essence of the hereafter

Fifty years of sacred love
And many more to be counted
Two rare gems giving us love and compassion
All in the graces of who they truly are
Souls so beautiful, so handsome
As their inner warms us all

The outside is looking rather great as well!


Written with honor,
James Darwin Smith II
 
James Darwin Smith II

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  56.     

! Song Of June !

June sings for me, a song
of a rain cloud, which has
lost its way in a desert storm,
haunted and chased
by the conspiring rays of
of a burnt up sun
but found its way back
to a green hill to sing
again a song for me....



June 11,2009
 
Rema Prasanaa

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