Bicycle Summer

Poem By Uriah Hamilton

Bicycle summer,
Girls ride across
A moonlight bridge.

Children’s feet dangle
Into warm water,
Small wishes and innocent hearts.

In love with gentle breezes,
I thought I saw Adriana
At her grandfather’s beach house
Smiling with a wine cooler.

Comments about Bicycle Summer

This is so moving, those days are so beautiful and timeless, food for the heart to aspire to Love Duncan X
Oh, I DO like this one. Hmm...I wonder why? :) That small mention of warm water makes me want to be by the beach near my grandfather's beach house really bad.

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