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Daffodils Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
I HATE THAT WORDSWORTH Bryn Strudwick Terza Rima daffodils, lonely, teacher,
Premium Member Poem The Greatest Show On Earth Judy Dunbar Rhyme beautiful, beauty, daffodils, flower,
Tardy Tulips Tantalize M. Renee Taylor Sonnet daffodils, flower, rose, spring,
Woods CHRISTOPHER BOWEN Verse bird, daffodils, fashion, flying,
Spring is in the air Michelle Smith Haiku daffodils, flower, garden, march,
Greenswards Fecundity Blooms Away matthew harris Pastoral appreciation, celebration, daffodils, garden,
Premium Member Poem Winter's Defenses Emile Pinet Jueju daffodils, 12th grade, beautiful, beauty,
Beauty of spring Wendy Watson Sonnet creation, daffodils, flower, nature,
On this day of all days Ojingiri Hannah Free verse beautiful, butterfly, daffodils, rose,
SPRING BLOOMS HAIKU Ann Gilmour Haiku daffodils, spring, uplifting,
GARDENS Ann Gilmour Acrostic daffodils, flower, garden, spring,
Premium Member Poem Reading into spring haiku Charlie Knowlton Haiku birth, daffodils, february, life,
Premium Member Poem Hairy Armpits Jack Ellison Limerick daffodils,
Imbolc Gail Lewis Triolet daffodils, snow, spring,
Premium Member Poem The Exchanges Bill Keen Lyric allusion, daffodils, grandson, spring,
The Rose and The Daffodil - for Food For Thought Contest Terry Flood Rhyme daffodils, environment, rose,
Solitary Walker Dawa Zangpo Rhyme beautiful, blessing, daffodils, dance,
Indifference Ibohal Kshetrimayum I do not know? daffodils, cool, crazy, culture, cute,
before I forget jeff styers ABC daffodils, addiction, angst, anxiety, april,
Spring Sensations Debjani Mitra Rhyme daffodils, dance, desire, green,
Daffodil Brigid Foley Dramatic Verse daffodils, emotions, loss, soldier,
Land of my Fathers Wendy Watson Couplet beauty, daffodils, inspiration, song,
Sacred Michael Lanier Free verse daffodils, lust,
Premium Member Poem Sanyo arthur vaso Senryu daffodils, garden, grave, imagery,
Pitches of perfection Allan Terry Ballad appreciation, art, daffodils, engagement,
The Northern Wind Dawa Zangpo Free verse daffodils, celebration, celebrity, city, courage,
My Five Senses Michael Robinson Free verse appreciation, beautiful, daffodils, mountains,
Bond Leo Mbalamana Concrete daffodils, culture, cute, cute love,
Punctuation Police Patrol matthew harris Free verse daffodils, 10th grade, 11th grade,
sparrows never rest jan hansen Blank verse creation, cute, daffodils, dance,
sparrows never rest jan hansen Blank verse creation, cute, daffodils, dance,
Oh Where Here I Am Robin Carretti Free verse appreciation, courage, daffodils, deep,
Nobody Dawa Zangpo Free verse daffodils, allusion, betrayal, blue, break
Darling Won't You Stay For a While Dawa Zangpo Lyric bereavement, daffodils, depression, first
Father's Day Mel Brake Free verse daffodils, black african american, boy,
Why Fear A Future Andrew Crisci Rhyme absence, age, beauty, daffodils,
Trival Interests Allan Terry Blank verse daffodils, business, celebration, character, cinderella,
Beauty which say I love You Allan Terry Chant Royal daffodils, beautiful, beauty, birthday, candy,
The garden Emily Lechner Free verse appreciation, beautiful, beauty, daffodils,
Medals Jessica Amanda Salmonson Rhyme america, daffodils, horror, humor,
In His Bosom Martins Deep Haiku beautiful, bird, daffodils, flower,
Awareness Stewart Walker Haiku appreciation, beauty, creation, daffodils,
Premium Member Poem Eternity in Sunrise Joseph May Rhyme butterfly, daffodils, spring,
Chyann Rose Gerald Legister Ballad allegory, beautiful, daffodils, first
Premium Member Poem SPRING'S BESTOWING Line Gauthier Monorhyme children, daffodils, encouraging, life,
HAPPY SPRINGTIME - HAPPY MOTHERS DAY Mick Talbot Sonnet daffodils, mom, mother, spring,
Premium Member Poem Daffodils And Crocuses Emile Pinet Rhyme april, beauty, daffodils, flower,
Being in a prison Amelia Josephie Dramatic Verse daffodils, 9th grade, arabic, celebration,
Premium Member Poem Hope and Mushrooms arthur vaso Free verse beautiful, daffodils, fantasy, humanity,
'Bee-lief'-for Edmund Spenser jamie brolin Pastoral allegory, aubade, daffodils, desire,

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Daffodils Poem Example

Love Poem 29

Every day, I fall in love with something new,
while maintaining the love I have already found.

I fall in love with scars, wrinkles,
clichés, and repetition; I fall in love 
with items that people throw to the wind,
kick around, and step upon.

I fall in love with my enemies,
one of life's hardest lessons to learn;
I find haters to be marvelous motivators.

The old man who sits in a rain-gorged gutter,
his fist raised to the sky in fury
as he talks to an invisible audience
about how Apollo stole his dearly, beloved wife—

I fall in love with him too.

I fall in love with things that some people deem 
as ugly, dirty, morose, and immoral.
The more I fall in love,
the more I love each moment,
including the pain, torture, and misery 
that may unfold along the way.

Every day, I fall in love with something new,
while reinforcing the love I have already found.

If I write down treasonously teetering words,
the reader could assume such words 
to be rooted in rage, or a cynical outlook,  
when the words are actually birthed from love—
I love every word in existence.

I fall in love with the woman 
who is too shy to have a sincere conversation with anyone,
because she believes herself to be grotesque,
when in fact, she is exquisitely gorgeous.

I fall in love with broken daffodils, bent daisies,
a shattered seashell, the sweet stench of seaweed 
rotting on the shore, and the way her hair smells 
baking in the sun.
I fall in love with black and white photographs,
mesmerized by the essence that the dead have left behind.
I fall in love with marbles, the feathers of mourning doves,
and with the stray cat, who, after she watched the moving truck 
drive away, slunk around the alley in search of scraps—
over the years, she has proven to be a respectful 
and loyal companion (so easy to fall in love with, again and again,
while maintaining the love I already have).
I fall in love with saints, villains, rusted watering cans,
the way sunlight bends into prisms
when it shines through the cracked, antique windowpane
that I simply don't want to replace.

And as for the people who believe that it's impossible 
for someone such as myself
to fall in love with something new, every, single day,

well, I love them too.

2016 Pulse Remix, July 18th, 2016
(original version was written on April 6th, 2012)

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