I’m working on some new poems for this summer season, regardless if they have to do with summer or not, but I will post them when they are ready to be read. In the meantime, I thought I would showcase some past poems again that I either recall writing in the summer, or writing about summer. I may post one or two throughout the week in their own special post, but here are a few links to what I will post later… until I’m ready to post something new, of course.
And even though I’m putting my poetry hat on, I’m still working on telling my adventures in Canada. To be frank about it all, life has been in fast forward since I’ve been back and I’ve barely had time to sit down to recount all the events that happened in those few days. But no worries, those stories will be posted soon. In the meantime, enjoy some oldies but goodies. When I repost these poems, I will give more of a back story as to how I was inspired and what the story is behind it… if it isn’t obvious.
“The Night We Ruled the World” – a poem detailing the adventures I had at Purchase College with a great friend of mine named Dan around the time the semester was over.
“Forever Lasts Tonight” – an imagined memory of friends enjoying a summer’s night.
“Gravity” – okay, so this one is about spring… but I think I wrote it during the summer.
Summer Haiku – self explanatory.