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I await the golden days of corn,
where soft breezes orchestrate
the gliding waves of straining stem
and heavy, bowing ears.

There in my summer gladness,
I will walk the crusty, powdered footpath;
dried by an unforgiving sun.
My heart will beat faster
at the sight of the redness of poppy
and the song of a lark ascending.

Here in my tranquil surroundings,
I will praise my England...

right down to the ground.

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The following comments are for "I Await the Golden Days of Corn"
by ograd77

Take a Big Gulp of Summer
Fill your cup...
with summer gladness...
For you cannot bottle sunshine

( Posted by: awhippingflame [Member] On: May 15, 2015 )

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