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Summer Dream

A steamy eve in mid summer,
Sleepy dreams half in slumber.
Sun now setting red ball of fire.
Thunder is distant a storm to sire.

A lazy day with memories aflame.
Gray green eyes smiling my name.
She's been gone so long, so long.
My heart still singing our love song.

Walking together we talk of naught.
Hand in hand, what a beautiful thought.
Rare our love over years grew strong.
Heart to heart intertwined so long.

Old summer evening hears not my woe,
Like night follows day, life goes on.
I know this truth, but I miss her so!
I'll join her again when my day does dawn.

In His Great Love,

Doug

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