Christina Dittwald

Summer - don't go



The sun is pale, the flowers wilt
I think of wasted times with guilt
I yearn for summer, for hours so mild
A tantrum I throw  like a three-year-old child.

Don't go yet, summer, with colours you tease
I need your warmth and the evening breeze
and berries so ripe that they melt in my mouth
and hot sand and a day on the beach in the south

The apples are ripe, they fall to the ground
every minute I listen to their thumping sound
I bend and smell the lavender branch
rose petals fall  like a pink avalanche

I tell my heart to be brave and still
just wait a short year and next summer will
come and we will adore its hot glory
and I sigh, this is the end of my story



 

 

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Published on e-Stories.org on 09/21/2013.

 

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Die Geschichte von Ella und Paul von Christina Dittwald



Der Schutzengel Paul verliebt sich in Ella, seine junge Schutzbefohlene. Schwierig, schwierig, denn verliebte Schutzengel verlieren ihren Status. Ella hat Schutz bitter ntig... und so mssen die beiden sich etwas einfallen lassen. Eine groe Rolle spielt dabei ein Liebesschloss mit den Namen der beiden an einer Brcke ber einen groen Fluss. Die reale Welt mischt sich mit Fantasy und Traumsequenzen.

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