Solar Erythema…

SPFShe was
pink shoulders and strap lines
Sundress floral dappled
Freckled and wide-brimmed
molten and sweltering
In the summer heat
And I couldn’t Help
but Melt

Audio

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30 Responses to Solar Erythema…

  1. I love this, Eric! 😊 Can’t wait for warmer weather…to wear minimal clothing! 😉

  2. VictoryInTrouble says:

    Oh, this is so lovely. You’re such a romantic. I bet it’s much warmer down there than up here. Not quite sundress weather yet but I can’t wait!

  3. Emily says:

    Oh my goodness, is that your voice? I love it. And the poem. 🙂 Nice to hear you!

  4. Heartafire says:

    Fabulous poem Eric. Love it! I was unable to pull up
    The audio, maybe when I get back on my pc. Looking forward to hearing you!

  5. maharedwynn says:

    Ah, you’re making me yearn for summer! This northern spring has been cold and rainy and I’m so done. Bring on the sundresses and sandals! ❤️

  6. Rita says:

    I just love when you read your poems. It’s beautiful.❤️❤️

  7. Melting is the appropriate response to sundresses! This is a great follow-up to your previous poem about a sno-cone.

  8. Summer can’t get here fast enough! Ready for some warmth and sunshine… So lovely, Eric!

  9. This is lovely. Make sure to offer her up some sweet tea xx

  10. Elizabeth Helmich says:

    That just made my morning warm & sunny – thank-you!! 🙂

  11. mandibelle16 says:

    Very sweet. An excellent portrait through words.

  12. jrd1974 says:

    Even more beautiful when you read aloud.

  13. moonskittles says:

    Just like ice-cream. She had to be from Cali 😉

    ❤ Dajena

  14. Kiersten says:

    I could not refrain from commenting. Well written!

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