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Blakes Sunflower


Why did Blake say 
'Sunflower weary of time'? 
Every time I see them 
they seem to say 
Now! with a crash 
of cymbals!
Very pleased 
and positive 
and absolutely delighting 
in their own round brightness.
2 Sorry, Blake! Now I see what you mean.
Storms and frost have battered their bright delight and though they are still upright nothing could say dejection more than their weary disillusioned hanging heads.

Poem by Elizabeth Smart
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