Nature, seasons, summer

Enter Summer

“Inspiration is not so much what is seen as what is felt.” – Marie

Summer burst slowly
About me today
Her edges a tapestry of green
Foregoing the heat
Of her coming days
She seemed most willing to please
Her balmy breezes
Ruffed my hair
And kissed my sun warmed skin
And I basked in fragrances
Clean and sweet as I listened
To bird-lings sing
I gazed then in awe
At fluttering leaves
And marveled at things unseen
A God who designs
And provides such things
At the close of a snowy spring.

 “Summer comes slowly here in the mountains but when it does come
It provokes awe. To witness the beauty and the magic that summer
provides grants contrast from a loving God.”  -Marie Atwood

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