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With summer almost over for us moms, I thought this poem was perfect for us to remember the good of the summer instead of it coming to an end I hope you enjoy it.





Click whirr click
Delicious shifting gears
Summer hummm cicadas
In my lungs, in my ears
Wind says woosh
Into the sunset I go
                        Ooh


@_sarahHerrin

Sound of summer





~Now thats life.TheFLandF~

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