It was dark and frigid,
So cold that body went rigid,
Reptiles leaned back and smirked,
In the thick night safety was disappeared.
I found you then there and then,
Cozying over the dirty den,
You came and clutched my hand,
From the monsters we ran away.
I found my summer in you,
I discovered the sun to new,
It felt so damn good,
We running to east in glee mood.
Steps toppling over rough stone,
I am careless of the bleeding toe,
‘coz I find my summer in you,
Fresh, beautiful, earthy as morning dew.