Two Daffodils

Written by: Richard McClellan

Walking along the path, I gaze upon the scene, two lovely Daffodils, swaying in the breeze. ~*~ "Two Daffodils" stand in a rutilant post, no genial others are there to boast, the blossoms in oppositional salute, thankfully their flowerets didn't bolt! ~*~ Pretty yellow, glowing beacon from a far, like the sun, our distant warming star, Ye pistol and petals is very chromatic, an ephemeral flower that's never dramatic. ~*~ While your bloom is veritably short, an late spring is your final tort, with the generation of thy all covering lawn, oh how I miss you when you've pawned!