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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Summer (the season) (07/09/09)

TITLE: SUMMER SENSE
By Bryan Rudolph
07/16/09


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SUMMER SENSE


My senses, make sense of summer . . .

Skin enjoying, sighs of relief, on a sun-soaked deck chair, or a thrill, in the shock, of an ocean wave chill, or a smile, wearing the year’s lightest attire.

Taste buds getting, an extreme workout, with ice cream’s copious categories, or backyard barbecue’s best, or stopping by a chip wagon, to try the daily fry.

Nose lingering, in obedience to flowers lining this side and that side, or the clean sweet scent, of freshly cut grass, or the not to miss wholesomeness, of open air sea mist.

Eyes delighting, in the iridescence of a newt, sauntering along a tributary sidebar, or in a rainbow halo, signaling the end, of a refreshing downpour, or the varied verdant shades, to see, of a plant, bush, or tree.

Ears welcoming, early morning melodies, of nature’s harmonies, or a late night treat, of retiring tranquility, after a full day’s din, of outdoor humanity.

. . . the sense of summer, makes my senses.



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Laura Manley07/17/09
Love the alliteration mingled in this fun entry! It put a big smile on my face. Laura
diana kay07/18/09
I like this word association. a freestyle type of poem. interesting way to write thanks
Mildred Sheldon07/18/09
This was such a joy to read. Thank you so much for this lovely free flowing poem.