Summer Of Mary (poem)

That summer came and Mary was her name

A world of unknown wonders she would bare

If fantasies were blooming she was there

And for a season lovers we became


The height of life were splendors we would flare

Delight excitement beauty would inflame

Our time together only dreams could claim

Enchantments were the oceans we would share


But summer ended fall took her away

With Mary gone sad tears would paint my life

What hidden sign of ending did I miss


Yet Joys of Mary’s moment will not stray

Except one question in my heart is rife

Amid that magic did we ever kiss

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jhamann 22 months ago from Reno NV

Beautiful as always Martin. I enjoy seeing your poetry here on Hubpages more often. Thank you. Jamie

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bravewarrior 22 months ago from Central Florida

Oh, the memories of summer love. I remember them well.

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