Dee Daffodil

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  • p.a. noushad p.a. noushad (10/31/2008 7:53:00 AM)

    simple but very meaningful

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  • Juliette Lamoureux (8/6/2008 9:27:00 AM)

    Dee, I am really enjoying reading your poetry! There are a lot of them so I imagine it will take me a while to go through them all, but it is time well spent. Thankyou for being you!

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  • Chris Mendros (6/1/2007 11:21:00 AM)

    So was i. Guess we're making up for it now, eh?

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  • Archie Langford (4/9/2007 9:54:00 AM)

    I was reading poem for today and I thought of you.
    Dancing has always been my greatest joy, when
    the music is right, the tempo right, my parner right
    and I was right there was no feeling like in the world,
    Oh the pleasure I would feel to be dancing with a Daffodil.
    friend archie

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  • Francesca Johnson (3/11/2007 3:57:00 PM)

    Not only a very nice person (as Howard said) but a talented poet as well. Dee, I so enjoy your poetry, especially your series....they always leave me on the edge of my seat. As for your current biography, I don't believe a word of it! ! You have lots to say, both in verse and otherwise.
    Your friend and fellow poet, Fran xxx

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  • Howard Johnson (10/19/2006 2:54:00 PM)

    Definitely, one nice person.

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  • Ebone' Ingram (8/8/2006 1:46:00 PM)

    Dee, what can I say other than you rock my $7 sox! (expensive sox) . You know exactly what to write to convey an idea. I haven't read all of your poems yet, but the ones I've read are perfection.
    may the force be with you,
    Eni da kid

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Best Poem of Dee Daffodil

A Streetwalker Named Desire- (Part 1)

She stood on the corner
Of Life and Pain
Trying hard to ignore
The driving rain

Her life was a shambles
Her life was a wreck
She subconsciously rubbed
The gold chain on her neck

She wore red stilettos
She wore a short dress
How in hell had she fallen
Into this sad mess

She was trying her best
To do what was right
She had two kids at home
On the wretched wet night

Her angels, her babies
Her pride and her joy
No father in sight
For her girl and her boy

She left them with sitters
She left them alone
They knew ...

Read the full of A Streetwalker Named Desire- (Part 1)

Oh Goose Feathers!

There once was a man from Nantucket,
Who kept all of his plumes in one bucket,
One day he fell down,
Spilling all of his 'down',
And exclaimed in a huff...'well, pluck it! ! '

1982 written by Dee Daffodil (H.W)