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Monchielle Stanza poem.

Seasons Belied

Image116by Kathy Anderson20 Nov 2013

O dainty daffodil,
Amongst the gray leaves
Of forgotten gloom,
Turn your bright golden face
To face the sun and moon.

O dainty daffodil,
Heaven awaits thy bud
To spring up and renew
The earth with delight
So love again comes through.

O dainty daffodil,
Hills are thine to now claim,
To claim winter ground then
And then once more take
Us to summers wanton glens.

O dainty daffodil,
Thy spill of color lends
Beauty to lands and eyes
Once dead with snows white,
Comes season that belies.