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D is for Daffodil - Rhymed Acrostics A to Z



D is for Daffodil - Rhymed Acrostics A to Z

Delightful daffodils delight, as spring weather draws near.

Daffodil

Dear delightful sign of spring,
Always, as your petals fling,
Find we favor, hope’s new flash.
Flowers call us from the ash
Of a season, dark and cold.
Daffodil, may you behold –
In our empty tempers, trill.
Look! The promise blooms at will.
c2013 by Linda Ann Nickerson



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Yellow Daffodils by Jukal 
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5 comments:

  1. I love daffodils and the poem captured them well.

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  2. Very nice! Love the photos and the poem. The daffodils are just starting to come up around here in spite of the cold. That's real tenacity!

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  3. I love the idea of daffs sprouting up in abundance 'flinging' their petals *grin*

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  4. Oh I love that poem. I so look forward to when they come up in spring. You captured that felling for me. Excellent job.

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  5. What a very lovely poem!! :)

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