by Louisa A Middleton-Blake
Tuesday, June 26, 2007
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I can hear the cools summer breeze,
Through the delicate leaves
Of the Birch, the Elm,
Such elegant trees,
In Gods own Realm.
The song of the Lark
Can be heard miles away,
As he soars above meadows
Full of sweet smelling hay.
Sighing, Dipping Willows,
Curtsy in Line,
To the Ageless Babbling Brook,
Winding endlessly through time.
The Cuckoo has called his last summer song,
The sound is now faint,
I fear he's now gone.
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|Reviewed by john salmon
|enjoyed very much, thankyou|
|Reviewed by Julie Donner Andersen
|I'm reading this as a blizzard rages outside, yet I feel all warm inside. Thanks, Louisa! :)
|Reviewed by Jean Sheldon
|Hi Louisa. Great poem. Why does it not surprise me that it involves winged wonders. Jean|
|Reviewed by Sherry Little
|Hi Louisa, I like your poem. I love God's nature, it is beautiful. I noticed that your book was published, with published America. God bless Sherry|
|Reviewed by Jane Air
|Hi louisa - I tried to find your site before but couldn't !
I like this poem the best - expecially the willows that 'curtsy in line'
The whole poem has a nice gentle rhythm - would of liked abit more !
|Reviewed by Lorri Proctor
|Welcome to AD, dear friend. Glad to find you sharing your lovely poems and writings with more people, you have such talent. Summer Sounds is delightful, mysterious and magical.
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|You kinship with nature comes through effectively via your verses here, Louisa. Thank you for sharing this gift. Welcome to AD. Love and peace to you,
|Reviewed by Richard Orey
|Summer Sounds--a sweet, lovely poem filled with wonderful imagery. And with a touch of sadness, I read the last line. I wanted more.
Perhaps there's a bit of the thespian in you. The advice for actors and actresses is always: Leave them wanting more.
Welcome to AuthorsDen.
|Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader)
|What a delightful "romantic age" poem. I loved it's flow. Thanks for visiting my site. I am not at AD much but I appreciate your remarks. Victor|