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  1. A Sunny Day Waterfall

    • By Sybrina Spencer
    • Published: June 2008
    Mist Of Waterfall

    On a sunny, hot, windy day,
    Chirping birds come my way.
    Comfortable, beautiful, smashing
    When water comes down and crashing.

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    I like this. Birds chirping touch me.

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  3. Night

    • By Jtspence
    • Published: August 2009
    Poem About A Summer Night

    Days are lonely
    as the sun shines longer.
    But nights are cool
    while the moon shines

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  4. The Sun

    • By Latrice
    • Published: May 2008

    The sun is a vibrant, radiant yellow ray of light
    That shines through the world
    In everyone's sight.
    It is so amazing because of its bright beauty.

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  6. The Taste Of Summer

    • By Chloe A. Abalaka
    • Published: June 2016
    Poem About Looking Forward To Summer

    A sweet slice of summer
    On a hot afternoon:
    A day at the beach,
    Eating a delicious peach.

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  7. As Time Passes Me By

    • By Alice G.
    • Published: June 2014
    Lazy Day In The Summer

    The butterflies are floating through the air.
    The grass is green,
    and the trees are tall.
    As the wind whistles through my hair,

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    The Blending Seasons: The springtime aromas blend with the early summer smells. The neighbors are meeting, the children with their yells. School is now over, no pencils no books. Happy smiles...

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