Shania K. Younce
'Daffodil And Yeoman' - Poem by Shania K. Younce
The color yellow is a happy color. The sun shines through to a small hidden meadow. It's filled with yellow daffodils. The animals are daft there. They crawl, prance, dance, frolic, and skip. You'll find butterflies perched on the yellows. Along comes the yeoman for the honey. He likes to hobnob in the yellow meadow. The animals find him homely and cunning. For the yellow daffodils are refreshing. Yeoman leaves the meadow for one last time and will not return. For the meadow is yellow and was filled with daffodils. The animals will stay frolic and play. They'll sing a song to the yeoman your'll always be in my dreams.
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