Saturday, June 15, 2013

Summer Night

Trifextra: Week Seventy-Two

It's been a while since I've written anything.  Thirty-three words sounded like a good way to climb back on the wagon.  This week, I actually had a thought.  I have been lurking around, checking out the prompts, reading some of the stories, and not commenting as I should.
Life has gotten in my way.  Very annoying.  Hopefully, I can get back to this more often.
I miss it.
This week's prompt: This weekend we're asking you to describe summer in your own words. Thirty-three of them exactly, of course.

still, damp air clings to my skin
 like morning dew
as I float on the green tinted scent
 of freshly cut grass
drifting to sleep on the rise and fall 
 of locust song


  1. The essence of summer caught in 33 words.

  2. very nicely done. I love the smell of cut grass - when I was engaged to hubbymoose (lo these 45 or so years ago) I could not understand his younger sister who hated that smell. (she was allergic). lovely

  3. Welcome back, Renee! This was so, so lovely!

  4. Just beautiful! My dad used to mow the lawn early on summer mornings, to avoid the heat. I remember waking up to the sound of the mower and the scent of cut grass. It was my favorite way to wake up in the summer.

  5. Very nice--I love those summer naps, but am loathe to admit it. Lovely entry.

  6. Gorgeous! Such wonderful use of imagery. I'm glad you got back on the horse! :)

  7. That reminds me...the cicadas will be awakening very soon. Yikes!

    Wonderful job with the prompt! (:

  8. It's as if you never stopped writing. Good to have you back!

    Thank you for linking up. Please be sure to return for the voting!

  9. Very nice..touches of haiku .. PS...come join this challenge too!

  10. Ahh, lazy, happy, peaceful summer day. I love this.

  11. I think you should continue with your chosen vocation. :)
    Break-throughs usually come after those quiet, frustrating times when pen and paper seem as chalk and cheese.

  12. I love the smell of fresh cut grass. with just a hint of earth and gasoline...