Come What May

Come What May

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Leaves a warm, summery feeling, Davy. Clever title too.

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I love the scene your poem just popped forth in my head. Lovely.

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That’s so comforting, Davy–but I’m already burning up! It doesn’t matter, though. Your words are soothing, especially that last line–lots of transitions in my life. It’s as if someone from the other side sent me a message through your poem. Lovely poem, Davy.

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    I am glad to have been the messenger Laura. Is it Summer where you are?

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      It was over 92 degrees Fahrenheit (33 degrees Celsius) today. N’ere a breeze did stir until the evening. We live upstairs. My mom stays cool in the basement. Many older houses in the Bay Area don’t have air conditioning because most of the time, the climate is mild. I’m headed to the UK for summer, I wish πŸ™‚

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      Good grief Laura. It is Spring here in the UK and we may hit 12 degrees Celsius today. If you do head to the UK always a welcome at the Davy D ranch for you all πŸ™‚

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      It’s spring here, too. But this is the way it is in California. It will cool off by the end of the week. You probably know this already, but we won’t see rain from the end of May until October, usually around Halloween.

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      I think we have it easy in the UK Laura.

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Hey Davy!

That’s such a well penned effort. This was lovely❀. I hope you are doing good!πŸ‘

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So beautifully evocative. Such a wonderful verse. I lost myself in this verse.

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awww. this feels like a comforting huuuug my dear. ❀ ❀ ❀

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Oh WOW, this is all kinds of WONDERFUL, Davy!!!! I think I love the “shaking off April’s showers” bit most πŸ™‚

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I love this again–and all the wonderful blue sea!!!

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I love this clever piece, personifying the months leading to summer…my favorite season!

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Aww, your words makes one feel all warm and toasty. Although here it’s more scorching than toasty.

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Very nice. Just had coffee with summer. Nice!

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beautiful seasonal chant. so warming to the heart.

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ohhh its soothing. ..and filled with hope

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Very nice, Davy. It’s rainy and pleasant here in North Georgia, USA.

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Beautiful…and perfect!

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Lovely poem! After my third reading of it, the thought popped into my head that you are having an illicit love affair with May, and that Summer is coming along soon to make it a mΓ©nage Γ  trois! πŸ˜€

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Nice, It’s so very English, the humour and mind set of a damp Island nation…..Thank you Davy.

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Thanks for the link and connection Laura. It is appreciated.

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