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North American Dreaming: Summer Vacation

William Burkholder captures the magic moments of a summer vacation.

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Cicadas singing in the sycamores,
Pavement hot and the open doors,
Screens loosely set.

Ch, ch, ch, ch, chicking;
Children jumping,
Wet and dripping,

Dodge ball,
Kick the can,
Hide and seek,
Amongst evening firefly light.

Slipping finally,
Into cool, crisp sheets,
To dream,
Of another summer day



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