The cicadas are singing although the summer’s sizzle remains silent.
The wind’s whistle has wound down to whispers of forgotten wonders.
The clamorous children have chilled down to cool calm, keeping clandestine clues of their company.
The people parade past peacefully, particularly predisposed to participating in practical partying.
Sleep should be sound, but my psyche is still spinning swiftly, severely sidetracked from the summertime slumber.