Tuesday, September 8, 2015

DMC: "Summer Love" by Lana Wayne Koehler



Summer Love

It was aqua and not blue
But for all I knew it was the finest,
Most beautiful,
Two wheels in the world.

Daily I would streak through town
Boldly going up and down the streets until
The lights came on.
Silent happiness.


© 2015 Lana Wayne Koehler. All rights reserved.


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9 comments:

  1. Just enough to take us back to that memory, Lana. Beautiful, & love the title!

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    1. Thanks, Linda. You must have been there!

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  2. I like the specificity of the color, the boldness of the child who can transport herself, and the happiness that doesn't need words. :-)

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  3. That first taste of freedom is a glorious thing! Wonderful poem, Lana.

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  4. Beautiful poem, Lana

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  5. Very sweet. It sure does evoke memories.

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  6. (It was aqua and not blue) I Love this makes you wonder what thrasher this might be

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