Wednesday Words: Summer Breeze by K.L. Holloway

Wednesday Words: Summer Breeze by K.L. Holloway
May 23, 2018 No Comments » Poetry, Storytime Kat Avila

Today’s poem is Summer Breeze, by K.L. Holloway.

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K.L. Holloway was born during the hot summer of 1987 to the typical American family. Living miles from the nearest kid, she found solace in books and writing. She graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor’s Degree from Georgia Southwestern State University in the sleepy little town of Americus, Georgia.

K.L. Holloway pens tales that won’t satisfy everyone, but they don’t have to. She writes for herself and hope that maybe somewhere in this world someone will enjoy the story. Life isn’t a fairytale and sometimes we need a reminder life will be okay if it doesn’t seem to work the first dozen times.

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Summer Breeze

Love is like a summer breeze.

Calm and cool,

But completely unexpected.

Through the trees,

And down the draw.

Up the cliff,

And over the fall.

As soft as a rose,

But as painful as its pricks.

Many have witnessed the true beauty,

But only few have obtained its wonder.

Kat Avila Katheryn is a programmer by day, writer by night. A lover of all things supernatural and helpless romantic at heart, she spends most of her writing time coming up with stories that incorporate at least one of the two. So far, she’s only published one book and a few short stories, but she intends to publish more work in the future. She lives with her boyfriend, Eric, and her puppy, Ada.

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