Impressionable Experiences: Childhood Innocence: A Quiet Afternoon in June


Impressionable Experiences

Childhood Innocence

"A Quiet Afternoon in June"

By:  Brandy Seymour

1991

 

A quiet afternoon in June,

Flowers stand in the kitchen.

Softly their colors flutter.

They fling life all around,

Yet not one sound made.

The only sound is a crinkle.

The crinkling made by the artist,

As she arranges the silent bouquet,

With much care and time.

Peering in at the quiet,

Is the crystal blue sky.

The sky that once was clear,

For only a few clouds appear,

Who dared venture its fields,

Not just the sky but trees,

Humble friends of the flowers,

Peer into the clean window,

To get a glance of those colors.

The softness seems to surround,

The place is patient and joyful,

Not one interruption is present,

In this wonderful time that has passed.

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