life poem summer poem

gray coals
in a black cauldron
still push waves
of heat up into
the blackening sky.
bee balm and
black eyed susans
hold summer, and
promise to keep
the fall at bay.
cicadas sing a
warning, do not
sleep or dream away
what’s left.

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