Our Summer Serenade

Posted by on Jun 17, 2013 in Chris's Favorite Writes, Rhyming Couplets, Summer Lovin' | 7 comments

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Our Summer Serenade

 

Moonlit night, holding hands, tart lemonade.

Dancing girl, makes me smile, slow promenade.

Summer sparks, lips meet mine, so unafraid.

Hold you close, nuzzle neck, scent’s serenade.

 

Shooting stars, backseat smooch, a killdeer cries.

Firefly fun, chigger bites, ketchup some fries.

Sharing dreams, compliments, she thinks I’m wise.

Snow cone tongues, belly laughs, no big surprise.

 

Goodnight kiss, our song plays, good vibrations.

Enticing eyes, same old couch, excitations.

Getting late, no one cares, new sensations.

In our hearts, forever, sweet elations.

 

 

A note from Chris

It is not a coincidence that I have chosen some very specific (and perhaps familiar!) words in the last few lines of my poem “Our Summer Serenade”.   If you need some help on the reference,  the song would be “Good Vibrations” by the Beach Boys.  I love summer and all the passionate and wonderful remembrances of first and lasting love!

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