Cloud-popping, blue-raved summer sky
with light stuck out like a tongue:
you're the gorgon's gaze
to a warm, dry earth
charmed almost stone.
For voice the sweeping laugh
of wind's your way.
Even the morning-marvelling birds
are almost crazed in the bright wideness
of your tuned world.
They cry the sun-thrilled call of:
Sky! Sky! Sky!
Wings fling in tree-tipped reach of vaulted runs
sun-dialed in time-
Inches the touch of thrifty night-
and, with thumb smudged in shadows,
snuffs out the light.
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|3||The Beginning Of Summer, by Bai Juyi|
|4||Summer, by Rhonda Baker|
|5||Summer Daze, by Rhonda Baker|
|6||Michigan Summer, by Rhonda Baker|
|7||Summer Time, by Rhonda Baker|
|8||Summer Haze, by Becki Balding|
|9||English Summer, by Mandy Baldwin|
|10||Summer Reruns, by Charlotte Ballard|
|11||Summer Afternoon 2, by Charlotte Ballard|
|12||Sonnet On A Wet Summer, by John Codrington Bampfylde|
|13||Summer Fever 2008, by Frank Bana|
|14||Summer Within, by suchi banerjee|
|15||Summer Vacation, by Anya Bardach|
|16||Summer Dreams, by Kurt Barekman|
|17||Summer Song, by George Barker|
|18||Summer Breeze (Haiku), by David Barlow|
|19||Summer, by Boris Barron|
|20||In Summer, by Hannah Barton|