One Mad Summer Afternoon

Poem By Dorothy (Alves) Holmes

One Mad Summer Afternoon,
Forgetting to hold my breath,
I was swept away in an ocean
Of passion and futility,
Without any thought of resuscitation.

Comments about One Mad Summer Afternoon

This is a really good poem. Everything could be said in only a few lines. A '10'
Good poem! Short, effective, and mysterious in a way. Top marks! -Michael

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