Treasure Island

Alex Marie Johnson

(04/07/1998)

Summer Of 2013


S ummer time, when the sun shines brightly, without a cloud in the sky, and you think to yourself, what a beautiful world. 
Umbrellas, all around, giving cover to the drinks, the drinks to start the party,  
Men all around, from angle to angle giving up the eye, ready to pounce,
Music blasting, all the hottest tracks of the year,
Everyone dancing to the songs of the summer,  
Rhythm of the music, rhythm has your two hips moving 
Time for the BBQ, to start its magic
Indulging wafts of juicy
Meat, for filling everyone's hunger
Everyone up to dance till dawn, for here comes the summer of 2013!  

Submitted: Sunday, March 31, 2013
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  • Titi Dale (3/31/2013 6:30:00 PM)

    This amused me quite a bit: P I don't know why. But the thing I most noticed is that this is an acrostic poem! Nice work :) (Report) Reply

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