Full Summer Dreams

We dreamed
full summer dreams,
though
snow
lay deep
cold,
within
its depths.

Fauns frolicked,
nibbling
grassy green.

Flowers sprung
myriad coloured blooms.

Oft
blue sky
deep overcast
but touched
not
hearts
with gloom.

On wings
of feathers shimmering,
birds
of many
races flew.

Crows, eagles, robins
starling,
tiny humming birds,
to mention
just a few.

winds danced
on ponds
of lily pads
skipped over
rivers
streaming bright

Stars of diamond
brilliance,
dimmed
fireflies, flashing
in June’s
soft filled night.

Katydids
sung enchanted songs,
crickets
quick joined in.

Bullfrogs
on hollow logs
boomed sweet
romantic things.

Wind howled
outside our cabin small.
Snug
as ruged
up bugs we lay.

Icicles tap
on window panes.
Frost feathers
gleam
in candle glow.

Flames
dance
in fireplace.

Disturbed,
we toss
a little turn,
Then
once more
robed
with sleep,
we dreamed
full summer dreams.

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