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We thought about a poem and we find one very beautiful, enjoy the poem, the summer, your home and the decoration.
Dandelion Summer – for Ray Bradbury
With the sun at its most dandelion,
we took only the unmarked roads, past
the summer icehouse and a library full
of ladders. We found the only time
machine we’d ever met, the oldest
man. He told us stories of war and how
love hasn’t changed in two thousand
years, still the sweetest drink, still the
biggest cup to carry in your hands.
We met the youngest god. A girl
who could forecast rain by the buckle
of her mother’s knees. She cried over
the loneliest man she’d known, the
man on the moon. She swore she
gave him a thousand shooting stars,
but he kept throwing them all back, said
he’d rather our wishes came more true
than his own. At the day’s end, we
pooled together every arrowhead,
shoestring, and skipping stone we’d
found and built the biggest happiness
machine we could fashion. The stones
danced over the pond, the arrowheads
cut our shoestrings into bracelets. We
smiled til the rounds of our cheeks stung,
our bellies sick with lime-vanilla ice.
It was the summer most full of magic.