One of the many gifts of June is fresh local strawberries. Here is a sexy poem by Scottish poet Edwin Morgan (1920-2010) on that very subject. For a swoon-worthy rendition, check out Tom Hiddleston reading this poem on YouTube.
STRAWBERRIES There were never strawberries like the ones we had that sultry afternoon sitting on the step of the open french window facing each other your knees held in mine the blue plates in our laps the strawberries glistening in the hot sunlight we dipped them in sugar looking at each other not hurrying the feast for one to come the empty plates laid on the stone together with the two forks crossed and I bent towards you sweet in that air in my arms abandoned like a child from your eager mouth the taste of strawberries in my memory lean back again let me love you let the sun beat on our forgetfulness one hour of all the heat intense and summer lightning on the Kilpatrick hills let the storm wash the plates
from The Second Life, Edinburgh University Press, 1968