Fay Slimm.

That Summer.

 

 

That Summer.


Forever that summer will beckon
with mem'ry's
tender repeat of togetherness.

 

Generous the gem of glimmering
sunset willed
treasure to covert's duo mirror.

 

Saline drenched and dew-soaked
beach-bed moments
bred the first steps to closeness.

 

Nights pleasured a vintage desire
when lit fires .
melted the guilt of clandestine.

 

Under ebony's cloak warmth long
lingered among
late-love's slowly unwrapped song.

Comments5

  • Neville


    certainly one to remember.. I imagine never to be forgot and you poem it all so well dear Fay ..... 🙂

    • Fay Slimm.

      Humble thanks for the visit and read dear literary friend................ x

    • orchidee

      A fine Summer there Fay.

      • Fay Slimm.

        Yes when I saw the image my imagination ran riot with words - thanks for the comment dear Orchi.

      • MendedFences27

        Summer by the sea is a great romantic setting. Your poem contains some great phrasing: the "repeat of togetherness," "beach- bed moments," "the guilt of clandestine,"and "ebony's cloak." A truly inspired write. Loved it. - Phil A.

        • Fay Slimm.

          Am so pleased you enjoyed some of the phrasing in That Summer dear Phil and thank you for saying so -

        • Michael Edwards

          Another beautifully woven pome.

        • Goldfinch60

          Super write Fay, I think we may all have 'That Summer' within us.

          Andy



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