Always June
I wonder what it would be like to live in a world where it was
always June.  -- L. M. Montgomery
There are a few things money can't buy.  Chief among them
are true love and a morning in June.  -- John Gibson
Spring being a tough act to follow, God created June.  -- Al Bernstein
The first few days of June are a jeweled balm for battered spirits.  One
can begin to believe that most everything's right with the world...and
what isn't right, can easily be fixed.  -- Ada Huxtable
Peacefully, the light began to fade, the holy twilight fell upon
the lake, the summer day was done.  -- Celia Thaxter
Summer afternoon...the two most beautiful words
in the English language.  -- Henry James
June is the time of perfect young summer, the fulfillment of the
promise of the months before, and yet with no sign to remind us
that the beauty of a summer's day will ever fade.  -- Gertrude Jekyll
The scent of gardenia and honeysuckle woke me this morning,
and I went out to find June everywhere.  -- Ann McGough
Sketching June

June is tinted violet pink,
Lined and signed with deep green ink,
Splurge of color everywhere,
Wild love calls that pierce the air.

Honey bees evicting squirrels,
Vapors sweet and grapevine curls,
Winged things in the mulberry tree,
Gardens growing prolifically.

June is beauty fully grown,
Morning dew the sun comes on,
Life sustained at highest peak...
June is the middle of a year-long week.
-- Wynnette Fraser
A perfect summer day is when the sun is shining, the breeze is
blowing, the birds are singing and the lawn mower is broken.
-- James Dent
June...when all is suggested, but nothing's yet fulfilled.  -- Francis King
In the pleasure of a walk along the shore on a June night,
I can put my life as a fact before me and stand aloof from
both its honor and its shame.  -- Ralph Waldo Emerson
Then came that beautiful season, Summer...filling the days with a
magical light...and everything looked as if it had been newly created
in the freshness of youth.  -- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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