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This is a poem i wrote while being outside in the evening. I love sunsets and the scenery it creates. So i wrote this poem being utterly inspired by the setting of nature!
Anyway, Thanks for reading and enjoy!
Gentle Breeze of Summerís Eve
Sunshine is falling,
Through the canopy of leaves
Dancing in the gentle breeze of
The summerís eve.
Nearby birds chirping as
The sunshine disperses.
Trees mingle and weave
In the cool summer wind.
Shrinking, bending, lifting they
Open their hands to the evening sun.
In open alms the trees lift up,
Welcoming in the midnight moon,
And kiss away the evening sun.
Appointing gentle grace,
the fireflies descend,
whispering rumored secrets
amidst the quiet wind.
The gentle summerís breeze
Melts the sweltering heat.
Pleasantly sifting the air; the smooth
Wind dies. And to the trees
They bend no more.
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