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  5.     

The Sunny Months

Poets write of May and June,
But seldom mention warm July,
And August is neglected too
Is this because few words will rhyme?

July and August spell out summer
When children play upon the sand,
Away from lessons ~ life is joyful,
Free from teacher's binding hand.

September is a lovely month
Leaves take flight along the lane.
Summer's over, back to lessons
School friends smiling once again.
 
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  6.     

Fairy Fever

Forty words:

The fairy queen's teardrops are falling

She sneezes all summer long.

Innocent recipient of pollen

Blame histamine's fairy song.

The reason is the sunflower season

Fairy ring carnivals galore,

The scenery is really beautiful

But fairies want fever no more.
 
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  7.     

Priceless Gems

Included within this poem:
Gold, diamond, ruby, amber,
sapphire, eighteen-carat,
emerald and crystal.

Through a diamond-leaded window
grows a magnificent ruby rose
towering higher than all others
and gently swaying to and fro.

Above the rose in nature's glory
are amber tints of rarest hue...
a painting by a heavenly master
on wide backcloth of sapphire blue.

Autumn shines like 'eighteen carat',
its lustrous radiance fills the air;
beyond a diamond-leaded window
is jewellery for the world to wear.

How splendid are the verdant emeralds
which late adorn October trees,
and crystal stars which soon will gather
from nature's jewellery box of dreams.

Earthly value could never be counted
in pounds or dollars, or even in gold
for these fine jewels belong to nature
'priceless gems' from days of old.
 
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  8.     

A Dream Of The Past

Last night in my dream
he was smiling at me,
calling my name
'Sweet Rose of Tralee'.
With his ring on my finger
and church lights all aglow,
I walked back down the aisle
as his Bride ~ long ago.
Last night in my dream
love was his song
and those beautiful
memories live on.
 
Joyce Hemsley
   
 
 
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