If Summer Was A Lady

Poem By Elizabeth B. Arney

If summer was a lady
How old would she be?
She might be twenty-six
Or she could be forty-three.
We could never guess her age
For she would look quite young
Yet have a certain mature look
To make us wonder some.
If summer was a lady,
Her age we would not know.
She knows how to hold her age.
Summer is lovely to behold.

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