Summer Solstice Poem: A Day of Longing No More

The longest day of the year
And nothing too due
He was well
Sent to his roam
Bye know won
On the level
Of ants
Who never say “uncle”
With blades broken
Beaten by the sun
Sow green
With 93 million miles away
As feeled of
The king dumb
Of man
Clamoring agin
Fore mow mow mow
Wanting soully
Ever more

On this summer solstice day I took a leisurely jaunt on my bike down to the Museum lawn. Next to a stream of , I wrote this poem.  This poem touches on a common theme of mine: absconding from the and battles of everyday .  May your daze get shorter from now on.

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