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A Poem, A Pool and A Pimms

23 Aug

We are having  another few beautiful Summer Days as August draws to a close. This poem by Katy Lue called ‘Summer Days’ sums up the feeling today.

The air is alive on a summer day
it compliments the sweet aroma that weaves within,
The air is humid on a summer day,
it sticks to the world in such a way that the wind must shake it off,
The air sings on a summer day
it rises and falls with the melody’s sway,
The air is love on a summer day
it watches the lovers enjoying the weather and wonders itself ‘What could be better?’ 
The air surrounds on a summer day
it surrounds all and loves all and is the foundation to such a sweet summer day. 

We were invited to a neighbour’s pool which was just lovely and the reflections of the trees and shrubs in the water caught my eye.DSCN4485Then, this evening the lovely Mr S made me a pretty Pimms.DSCN4490
 

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3 responses to “A Poem, A Pool and A Pimms

  1. babyjill7...Marilyn Griffin

    August 28, 2016 at 2:16 pm

    will google the Pimms too…so wonderful that Mr.S made it special for you!…

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  2. calvin

    August 24, 2016 at 1:59 am

    Your summer poem spanks it! It truly is all that an more. July here has been hot hot hot with sultry humidity. Al most ‘Body Heat’ weather though not as sexy as the San Anita Winds of the 1981 movie.

    As the song goes, ‘Nothing could be finer then to be in Carolina’, unless of course a neighbour has a pool, Fun, I bet.

    I, like saymber, was not familiar with Pimms. So I clicked me goo-googler and gaw-goggled Pimms. Got it. And found this, ‘Whatever the weather share a Pimm’s together! Head down to @HarvesterUK for an evening tipple’. I must say Mr S is an artful mixologist.If the two of you decide to run away from home to open a beach bar on some Caribbean island let me know, I’ll stop by for a Pimms.

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  3. saymber

    August 24, 2016 at 12:43 am

    Two pretty P’s – pool and Pimms. What is a Pimms? Is that a drink, looks delicious and refreshing!

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