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Late Summer Morning

Resting gently its colorful wing
What if a butterfly could sing
Sleeps the bumble bee in the grass
Waiting for the night to pass
Shining like a blazing gem
Marches a beetle down a stem
Hovering and buzzing near the shed
A dragonfly zigs and zags ahead
Dangling patterns in the breeze
A spider weaves a web with ease
Casting shadows on the ground
Billowing clouds all around
Here comes the rising sun
Another late summer day has begun
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Posted: Aug 28
About this poem:
Some of the countless objects in my New England meadow as the sun rises.....

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godsprincessonline today!
My kind of poem!! Any poem that has Butterflies - Dragonflies and all God's critters is my kind of poem. banana Thanks for sharing this late summer poem. I love to hear the August nighttime bugs singing their way from night to morning!

Kathy teddybear
jaysone1online today!
Nice one, beer
salamuna
Beautiful picture of the rising sun Chris. Thank you for sharing. Take care. Lily hug
Happychatty1
Ooooooh summer mornings, how I love them and how wonderful it would be if beautiful graceful butterflies could also sing !!
You always remind us how fortunate we are to be blessed by nature and the creatures that surround us all year round with you lovely descriptive poems Chris, thank you wave hug
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