August 6, 2014 A Warm Summer Breeze (Haiku) 19 Comments A warm summer breeze Margarita in my hand Tropical dreaming ~ ~~ Dominic R. DiFrancesco ~~ Share this:TwitterFacebookPinterestRedditEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted by Dom DiFrancesco in Poetry Tagged: beauty, haiku, margarita, poem, sun, sunshine, tropical, tropics, warm breezes
Thank you Rosy…maybe this weekend. 🙂
Thank you Melody. 🙂
Sounds lovely:). Are you in Margaritaville? Or in Blue Hawaii?
Great question…I think I am somewhere in between. 🙂
Thank you Gilly. 🙂
Seems everyone is enjoying a margarita this week except me. 🙂
Unfortunately I’m not really enjoying them either since I am unable to drink them, but it’s always nice to dream. Maybe this weekend you will have the chance. 🙂
Maybe. I think I’ll be running around a bit, so I might have to go without. Oh well.
Thank you very much. 🙂
Dom, Just discovered YOUR website…I’m slow! Nice Haiku for today! Mind if I take a look around? I saw some nice verse below! And thank you for all your reading & likes & comments on my posts on my excuseusforliving.com !!!!!
Please do look around. I have to say that I really enjoy your posts as I was born and raised in New Jersey and can relate to your problems. And the fact that you can relate them with humor is just wonderful. Keep up the good work my friend.
Ahh yes 🙂
Thank you very much, I just wish that all we had out here in Arizona right now was a warm breeze…it’s downright hot. 🙂
Yes it’s your summer now. We are having a very cold and dry winter here inthe sub tropics. I don’t do cold well. Your piece brought a balmy summer evening back for a moment and warmed my heart. Thank you 🙂
My pleasure. I don’t do cold very well either, fortunately our coldest in the winter is generally no lower than 2 degrees celsius at night warming up to somewhere between 10 to 18 degrees celsius during the day. Not really too bad and it only stays that way for a few months.