Summer Ice

Summer Ice

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I felt the shivers. This one is very well written, Davy.

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A few words and a scene created. Thank you, Davy, for the morning adventure. Beautiful!

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oooooh. that last line is hotter than summer!

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I must be getting old. My mind was thinking of a cool summer breeze. Nicely done Davy.

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An enigmatic word ‘shivers’. Ecstasy or dread? Suggests many possibilities. I imagine you recalling a significant moment in your personal history, Davy. The images are many – as should be the case in a well considered haiku.

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Wonderfully descriptive, and I love the combination of the poem with the vivid colors.

Kathrin — http://mycupofenglishtea.wordpress.com

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Wonderful, Davy. And I love the shock effect at the end. It feels so breezy, and then, boom!

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Nothing like an icy touch to send shivers down your spine.

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