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July ©

Fife, Scotland

July arrived with her suitcase
In it she brought sunshine
Warm breezes at evening
With a sky of fiery grandeur

A silken curtain sunset
A symphony of warm colours
Yet purple and violet weave ribbons
With the grey of a bridegroom's hat

Each month brings a unique gift
Mindful that each is special
I am too content to only care for July
But her package is seductive

In the early morning a blue sky shouts
Tells of an invitation to the shore
Noon advises to rest from the heat
Afternoon recommends a siesta

July is the friend who lets us stray
Lets us be in receipt of leisure
Until the cool evening allows respite
She brings us days less ordinary

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