June Second’s Bloom

Juni dances jubilantly, by the twisted dark trunks and through the light meadow green

Kicking up a flurrying marvellous tender snow of freshly fallen jacaranda petals

Soft purple rain surrounds her smiling peachy face and her delicate form pristine

A rarest sight certainly prettier than gleaming alexandrite or any other precious metals

Her fiery cotton candy hair billowing against the wind, like a tiny robin’s gentle plume

As lemon sunlight filtered quaintly from the celestial skies into June second’s full bloom.

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