Summer Competition Showcase: Entry #10

Happy Monday all you wonderful hoomans!!

How are you all doing? Are you ready for the week ahead? Are you excited for anything interesting?

Wow I do just realise I sounded like an overly enthusiastic parent dropping their kids off at school so sorry about that.

Anywho, today I bring you the next installment of the Summer Competition showcase – a wonderful poem by Snehal that I think really captures the essence of summer. I hope you enjoy it!


Fluffy ice cream clouds,

The cherry of a red sun,

A swing bed underneath

And breeze through my hair.

An endless sky of things and thoughts,

Hues of orange, of pink and blue,

Wild birds up and above

And a flowery scent throughout.

A golden light intertwined

With the mad shadowy shapes,

Salty waters in my sight

And seashells buried in the sand.

No it isn’t a heaven,

(but maybe more than that)

It’s just I haven’t been on a vacation…

Can I get a beach home-delivered?

I don’t know about you but I would love to get the beach home-delivered except my body is not quite bikini ready yet and I don’t think I’d get anything done if that happened. What did you all think of the poem?? Share your thoughts in the comments section and let’s chat! 🙂

Otherwise, that’s all I have for you guys today, I’ll see you soon with either a new installment in my hotel quarantine diaries or the next showcase piece!

Lots of Love

Blondey on a Mission xxx

Author: blondeyonamission

Hey everyone! I'm a lifestyle and travel blogger from South Africa and about to relocate to the UK for university. My blog is all about stories, tips and advice with topics ranging from university, organisation, friends, books, travel and more. Please check it out and I hope you enjoy xxx

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