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Feather's Miscellany: Daffodils

John Waddington-Featherís poem celebrates the harbingers of Spring.

More bountiful than any bonus,
my daffodils fire tiny suns of joy across the earth,
light up a frosty morning, accost the world
with hope and greet us all with gladness.
Now theyíve arrived I know that winterís gone
and summerís but a flower or two away;
they trumpet the immediate spring
to bid us greet our God.

John Waddington-Feather ©


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