Midsummer poetry

Summer rhymes from Ambrinna!

While midsummer is a few weeks past, them warm days are still here. That calls for a proper summer poem. Here’s one written by Ambrinna! It was recited during the Grand Summer Picnic on July 4.

There may be more poetry coming soon too, so check back in a few days!

Ambrinna’s midsummer poem

I stand alone beside the old oak
As the sun slowly appears
Peeping between distant mountain peeks
The air cold and crystal clear.

The smell of honeysuckle and pine
Buzzing of bee’s everywhere
Wriggling my toes in the high grass
The bluebells bright and fair.

A stream meanders slowly by me
Sweet music in my ear
For this is my home the shire
Always safe from distant fear.

One day I may take that journey
To those distant peaks so far
Walking along old ancient tracks
To see just where they are.

Today though here I am with you
On this long midsummer day
So I say good friends one and all
May it always remain this way.


Biscuit-eating bard from Brockenborings

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