Dee Daffodil Poems
|121.||A Beast By Any Other Name....||10/1/2008|
|123.||Beneath The Ocean||5/8/2006|
|124.||Have You Ever Thought...||10/23/2006|
|125.||Where Do I Live?||1/31/2007|
|126.||I Will Allow...||2/12/2007|
|127.||Demise Of A Daffodil||6/14/2006|
|128.||Never Say Die (Part 4)||1/19/2007|
|130.||Gubble Bum (Kids Poem)||1/31/2007|
|131.||Aggie The Hag||10/19/2006|
|133.||On Moonlit Night||1/29/2007|
|134.||A Streetwalker Named Desire (Part 3)||8/4/2006|
|135.||A Tuesday In June||1/25/2007|
|137.||Free Your Soul||2/9/2007|
|138.||Blowing In The Wind||2/17/2007|
|139.||A Streetwalker Named Desire- (Part 1)||6/23/2006|
|140.||A Mother's Lament||6/29/2006|
|141.||To The Memory Of Love||5/1/2006|
|142.||Create The Illusion Of Calm||2/12/2007|
|143.||A Fickle Mistress||7/17/2007|
Comments about Dee Daffodil
It started innocently enough
In the beginning
It was a verse here
A sonnet there
The occasional limerick
But before long...
She was hooked!
She was walking around
In a fog
Fragments of verse
Cluttering her mind
Threatening to steal
Her very soul
She was main-lining
Up to fifty
Poems a day
She had her regular dealers
That she would visit
She'd try something new
Sometimes, she would
Pedal her wares
She had to admit
It filled a void for something ...
Beneath The Ocean
What lies beneath the ocean blue,
In depths of mariner's legends?
Where creatures hide in crevices,
And divers get the Bends.
Beneath those stormy seas my friend,
Who knows what you will find?
Some say there may be fish fossils,
Or creepy creatures of a kind.