How's the Weather
April Ryan | Aug 11, 2017, 7:33 p.m.
How’s the Weather?
Summer time sauna hot
Searching for a shady spot
Ice cubes roll in noisy clink
Melting into lemony drink
Remembering another season
Spinning fan breezy reason
Nature waved her magic wand
Sharp skates laced by frozen pond
Figure-eight’s grooved infinity rut
Skaters raced landing on their butt
Laughter echoed in the cold
Thawed in memories now retold
Summer, fall, winter, spring
Seasons change like a mood ring
Springtime rhyme, April showers
Watery days bring May flowers
Another conversation ebb and flow
“How’s the weather?” joy or woe
April Ryan is a talented poet and retired Seattle bus driver.
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