Friday, July 11, 2014

Midsummer Breezes--By Beverly Reedy--United States

Midsummer Breezes

Morning breezes blow through
the open window as I watch
the flight of white winged
butterflies dancing among
patches of tall lilac daises,
gathering their sweet nectar
as the sounds of nature echo
in the midsummer breezes
with the songs of the birds,
uniting in cords of harmony.
Day with its simple mysteries
will reveal the joys of being.

Beverly Reedy is an assistant editor and poetess from Washington State. Her first book of poetry called Treasures of a Poet Volume 1 was published by Creative Memories in 2006. She was published in anthology series from 1988 to 2007. Her work has appeared in American Poets Society, League of American Poets, Famous Poets Society, Poets Word Wide, and Passion for Poetry. She is a member of Poets For Integrity and The Writers and Poetry Alliance.


  1. Love this, Beverly. As I am reading, I can remember back when I was a child enjoying the gentle breeze of the wind, and how just a couple days ago, sitting out on my patio, I also enjoyed the gentle breeze of the wind against my skin. Nice job. Thank you for sharing and continued blessings!

    -MJ (

  2. Bev, to me this is one of your best writings! I don't think I have ever had the privilege of reading something as full as this one of yours. I am thrilled to read! Sheri /

  3. Dear Bev,

    A lovely poem to read on "Midsummer Breezes" great imagery that ignites the senses of sight and sound that make it an enjoyable read. Thank you for sharing your poetry with us.