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Through the valleys, by the streams
The sunlight glances through the trees
And there in the meadow so tall and proud
Bright yellow daffies like a bustling crowd

Their heads sway gently in the evening breeze
Bobbing and dancing, so eager to please
Their trumpets playing a silent tune
From morning til night under a silvery moon

Some stand together as if in a meeting
Chatting and laughing and sending a greeting
To others who stand in single file
As if on a march to a nearby stile

Days and weeks and years pass by
And each time I see them they make me smile
With their long green stems and yellow frill
The sunny and bright Golden Daffodil

Copyright © Jacqui Waldron | Year Posted 2016


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  1. Date: 6/16/2016 2:48:00 PM

    Absolutely delightful write Jacqui love the personification - sadly all our daffodils are long gone now but the gardens are now bursting with summer colour:-) hugs Jan xx