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Summer brings winter hearts together. Then, too soon, summer has to end and hearts become cold again. But we never forget that time in the sun.

Summer's Final Bliss

The summer sun beats down on us,
As the heat melts our hearts,
To finally realize we love each other -
We never want to be apart.

The summer rays beat upon us,
As we share our first kiss.
For to have you in my life
truly would be bliss.

The sadness that I feel,
As the summer sun moves on,
Is the same sadness that I feel
Knowing our love is gone.

The last of our playing in the trees.
The last time to enjoy the sun.
Winter is soon coming our way,
Our summer soon is done.
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2 Visitor Comments

Blaze
tis the best poem i ever read i too have a summer love and she is the best thing that ever happened to me she tries to hide the fact that she loves me but her friends already told me the truth i wrote a million poems for her and each one holds my true feelings some people think its just puppy love but i know the truth i know the true meaning of love I LOVE YOU NAJAMAH AND I ALWAYS WILL!
Jerry
Thank You very much for writting this poem. It was intresting and sweet. I love everything about the poem. It really touch me. This poem is the best poem I ever read about the love of summer. I hope you continue your good work. Thank you and may God bless you.

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