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Always Summer

“Why, it is she that has got all Narnia under her thumb.
It’s she that makes it always winter.
Always winter, and never Christmas; think of that!”

~ C.S. Lewis from The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe
(The Chronicles of Narnia)

Occasionally it is fall
Briefly it is spring
I know this by the trees
Growing along the river

Once upon a time
I put on coat, hat, boots, gloves
Shoveled, swept
Drove to the market
For sad hot house tomatoes

Now upon this time
I grab purse, keys
Drive to the market for
berriesorangespeachesspinachkale
And sad hot house tomatoes

Always summer, never tomatoes; think of that!

© Jill’s 2016

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4 thoughts on “Always Summer

  1. Love the harvest of the summer ~ And Jilly, for OLN, we only post 1 poem ~ Kindly choose which 1 poem would you like to keep and I will delete the other one from Mr. Linky. Thanks for joining us ~

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