James Alexander

O' Daffodil

Awaken o' little daffodil

Shake off your winter's chill.

Bring forth your lustrous hue

Covered with a glistening dew.

 

Reach out and joyously sing

Of new beginnings of spring

And in pleasing scent fill the air

With a fragrance sweet and fair.

 

Fill the hillside far and wide

Under trees and by river's sides.

Become a mirror to the sun

Bringing pleasure to everyone.

 

In my garden though there are few

Each spring they multiply anew

And in my mind's eye

I see their blooms far and wide.

 

  • Author: James Alexander (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: November 6th, 2021 08:37
  • Category: Nature
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