Summer Heat lobs a
bolo punch, not yet ready
to throw in the towel.
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
MEANWHILE, ACROSS THE LAKE ...
Shared Across the Lake Eerily at 10:33 AM
Labels: Autumn, Balance, Connection, Haiku, In Marie's Scope, Ohio View, Summer
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I think it's coming our way, too!ReplyDelete
Like the determination in your poem--enjoy that last burst of "summer heat", Marie Elena!
Hey, maybe, you will have time for movie and a pizza!!!
Hey there, Patricia! It's summer itself that isn't ready to throw in the towel. Believe me, I'm ready for the cool temps, autumn sky, and need for sweaters. I LOVE autumn! ;)ReplyDelete
Count me in for the cooler weather, too! It's so great to enjoy the crisp autumn air.ReplyDelete
Great temperature for a walk through the woods this past weekend--took some photos to put on my blog.
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Prepare for a few more days of it heading your way. I don't mind at all! Winter is LONG!ReplyDelete
That's the way it feels here! Thanks, Marie, for yet another lesson that poetry can be about anything you want! :D So many times I think of poetry as only 'high-falutin', full of melodramatic emotions and big words, but yours is so down to earth, and both yours and Walt's covers a tremendous balance.ReplyDelete