Friday 3 June 2022

One Poem by Carol Tahir


 

Summer of 65

 

Cruising Lincoln Boulevard, radio blaring

Can’t Get No Satisfaction playing

Flirting with the boy’s in the next car

In the summer of 65

Only to meet them at the drive in movies

Exchanging cars, trading passengers 

Who watched a movie. 

In the summer of 65

Cramming all those memories

In a few short months 

Knowing the draft calls

After high school graduation 

In the summer of 66


 


 

Carol Tahir - Is a retired cosmetologist, who has dabbled in visual arts for many years. During the pandemic she turned her creative juices to poetry. A few  poems have been included in a couple  of anthologies and online journals. She lives in Southern California with her husband of 48 years.

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