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Quotes for Summer.

Sumer is icumen in, Lhude sing cuccu! Groweth sed, and bloweth med, And springth the wude nu--Sing cuccu!

All-Conquering Heat, o intermit thy Wrath! And on my throbbing Temples potent thus Beam not so fierce! Incessant still you flow, And still another fervent Flood succeeds, Pour'd on the Head profuse. In vain I sigh And restless turn, and look around for Night.
Rich music breaths in summers every sound And in her harmony of varied greens Woods meadows hedgrows cornfields all around Much beauty intervenes Filling with harmony the ear and eye While oer the mingling scenes Far spreads the laughing sky
What is more gentle than a wind in summer? What is more soothing than the pretty hummer That stays one moment in an open flower, And buzzes cheerily from bower to bower?
Now the roses are coming into bloom; the azalea, wild honeysuckle, is sweetening the roadsides, the laurels are beginning to blow; the white lilies are getting ready to open; the fireflies are seen now and then, flitting across the darkness; the katydids, the grasshoppers, the crickets make themselves heard; the bullfrogs utter their tremendous voices, and the full chorus of birds make the air vocal with its melody.
Summer is coming, summer is coming. I know it, I know it, I know it. Light again, leaf again, life again, love again, Yes, my wild little Poet.
There is a temperate zone in the mind, between luxurious indolence and exacting work; and it is to this region, just between laziness and labor, that summer reading belongs.
As imperceptibly as Grief The Summer lapsed away--Too imperceptible at last To seem like Perfidy--
. . . while you gasp and pant And try to cool yourself--and can't--With soda, cream and lemonade, The heat at ninety in the shade,--Just calmly sit and ponder o'er These same degrees, with ninety more On top of them, and so concede The weather now is cool indeed!
In the good old summer time, In the good old summer time, Strolling thro' the shady lanes with your baby mine; You hold her hand and she holds yours, And that's a very good sign That she's your tootsey wootsey In the good old summer time.
When th' summer landscape takes on a scuffed an' faded appearance like a over exposed ten dollar suit we know we are face t' face with dog days, that midsummer season o' th' year when all livin' things jist sorter peter out an' langour rules supreme in shop an' mart an' field.
'Tis wealth enough of joy for me In summer time to simply be.
We're a couple of sports, The pride of the tennis courts, In June, July, and August, We look cute when we're dressed in shorts.
This is summer, unmistakably. One can always tell when one sees schoolteachers hanging about the streets idly, looking like cannibals during a shortage of missionaries.
Summers are the best. And I figured summer was my best time for meeting someone, too, because in the summer people are looking for someone to snuggle up with for the winter. And because in the summer I could take off my shirt.