Ice Drops and Candy PopsJuly 1, 2010
Burning heat, scorching sun
Taking out all of the fun
Of a beautiful summer day
As lazy hours pass away.
Sweat, clothes, to the skin, they stick
Shy away from the camera’s click.
My face, covered in oil and dust,
But endure the summer heat, I must.
Yet from afar I could clearly see
Colors that brighten up the day for me
Pink, Orange, Yellow and Blue
And many different flavors too.
Taste, so delicious and delightful
I could eat it in one mouthful
So cold, my mouth and tongue it stings
But oh, the soothing coolness it brings.
Now I eat pink, later, yellow
In my mouth, it melts so
I could eat this everyday
Until the summer heat blows away.
Can anyone tell me or try to guess what I am referring to in the poem?