Sonnet For Summer (Collab with Michael)

by Ben Pickard   Oct 1, 2017


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The moon fades out as sunrise comes to sing;
A chorus stirs from nature's tuneful lips.
The sunbeams stretch out from our solar king
And flowers dance their hues from budding hips.
The heads of corn all rustle in the breeze -
The willow's weep with summer's em'rald weight.
That golden orb has strangled winter's freeze
And seared away the snow and icy hate.
So let us all enjoy the times we hold
Forgetting chilly times that are to come.
There is a warming feel upon this wold;
For now we’ll soak up love beneath the sun.
Below the grass that seems beset with frost,
The flowers stir and nothing's ever lost.

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Michael and Ben 2017

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  • 2 weeks ago

    by Risqué

    Absolutely adore this.

  • 2 weeks ago

    by Michael

    Thank you Ren and Milly :)x

  • 2 weeks ago

    by Ren

    Amazing write you two! Love button to the max (<3)!!

  • 2 weeks ago

    by Milly Hayward

    A wonderful joint effort resulting in a masterpiece. Love it. Milly x

  • 2 weeks ago

    by Michael

    Again thank you to everyone's lovely and inspiring comments.

    Thank you Dagmar for nominating Ben and myself

    Much love

    Michael :)

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