Poem- Summer Solstice

Stonehenge at dawn
Stonehenge at dawn

Today's the day

The longest day

Summer Solstice is here

The Druids wait

At Stonehenge's gate

In the Northern hemisphere

Waiting for the sun

Each and everyone

Celebrate Midsummer's Day

As the time approached

The cloud encroached

And blocked out the dawn

Pagan blessing goes on

Without the sun

Participants not too forlorn

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Robwrite 5 years ago from Bay Ridge Brooklyn NY

Nice. Short and sweet. Stonehenge has always interested me.

Rob


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CASE1WORKER 5 years ago from UNITED KINGDOM

you had cloud? being 50 mies further north, it chucked it down- nice poem got me thinking of how little shelter there would be at stonehenge when the rain came down


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Storybailey 5 years ago from Aylesbury, England Author

Thanks for your comments. Glad you liked the poem.

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