For this week's prompt, let's write a summer poem. I don't know what the weather is like in your neck of the woods, but it's been a scorcher in Georgia. Have fun exploring your version of summer this week.
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Here’s my attempt at a Summer Poem:
“Summer Kids,” by Robert Lee Brewer
with nights as short as they're ever going to be
we can't help but to discuss the birds and the bees
what they have to do with the view and you and me
when the world's an experiment in chemistry
weighing where we are now and where we want to be