Spring fed Daffodils

Spring fed Daffodils

Pleasurable cup of nectar delight
I see swaths of them ripening in throngs 
Wordsworth eternal blooms that danced brightly 
They’re here, swaying in unison in March 
Shunning the eloquent winter’s bluster 
opening its trumpet head to absorb 
Straightening their tendrils, the cusp of bloom
Yellow fluorescence echoing summers.
The golden crowns, winking frivolously
Yellow creamy blotches in the spring fed air
They’re Perfumed, elegantly poised to pose;
exorbitantly, sharing its splendor,
Entrancing! Any elucidation 
Or narrative is gilding the lily!

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2 thoughts on “Spring fed Daffodils

  1. Your poem is truly an ode to daffodils. Vibrant imagery is maintained throughout the poem. Well composed.

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