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The Breath of Summer: A quatrain about summertime, with slant rhymes
Posted by Douglas, Mar 4, 2009. 2315 views. ID = 2408

The Breath of Summer

Posted by Douglas, Mar 4, 2009. 2315 views. ID = 2408
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For those who are sick of winter, here's something to tantalize you. Written with slant rhymes.
This post has been awarded 32 stars by 8 readers.

The breath of summer falls upon my cheek
And warmly kisses moisture from my lips
While dandelion paratroopers sweep
With graceful ease across the grassy slopes.

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Comments


Sylvan Sylph
Mar 4, 2009
Nice, very poignant. It feels like I'm there. Though I'm not sure if it making me imagine the summer allows me to more easily bear the remainder of winter or makes me more impatient for the snow and cold to be gone.
   ~Posted by Sylvan Sylph, Mar 4, 2009

Brett G. Rudder
Mar 4, 2009
Nice wording.

And yeah, I thought of it myself...lately as I've been writing I prefer to think of unorthodox rhyming schemes.
   ~Posted by Brett G. Rudder, Mar 4, 2009



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