Summers Are Made for Rockin’

Spring Joys 022

I remember,

summers of long ago,

when days were carefree

and full of joy.

Lazy summers,

spent on beaches –

just lying in the sun.

Nothing could stand in the way,

of a wonderful day,

old rock tunes

and jumping among the waves.

Summers just got harder,

when the days of youth flew by

and life’s burdens –

took most of the happiness away.

Now summer has come again

and brought its beauty,

the days remind me of those,

from my childhood.

So I say,

let’s not waste another moment,

life still has lots to give –

let’s rock this summer while we can.

Let’s rock this summer.

enjoy each sunny day,

sing our cares away

and wear the happy smiles of yesterday.

Just kick off your shoes

and dance beneath the moon.

Let’s rock this summer

and let the sunshine in.

Just sit back and lick an ice cream cone,

take a look around you,

as flowers bloom

and butterflies flit across the skies.

Let those old rock tunes,

fill your heart with magic,

soon you will see –

that summer can be fun indeed.

So let’s rock this summer,

summers were made for rockin’.

For feeling groovy

and doing a dance or two.

Let’s rock this summer,

bring back the happiness of yesterday,

summers were made for rockin’

and enjoying each and every day.


About RasmaSandra

I live in Riga, Latvia. I was born in N.Y.C. Love to write articles and poetry. Instruct people in the English language. Live in the suburbs with my wonderful cat Sid. I love rock and roll, cooking, reading, poetry and traveling.
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4 Responses to Summers Are Made for Rockin’

  1. Let’s rock all of our days. They are gone too fast.

  2. Demas W. Jasper says:

    Sitting, rocking the memories at play.

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