Daisies In A Field - Poem by Walterrean Salley
Daisies in an Open Field,
Dancing beneath the hefty sun.
Emerging from the fertile soil
In tender life that’s just begun.
It lends its beauty to the earth,
A noted sight for all to see,
With petals tender as new birth
Happily bobbing and carefree.
The daisy is a floral ware.
So many of them sprouting there
In a field that’s blessed to share
Its soil with such delightful heir.
Many lovely flowers we see,
But “daisies” these were meant to be.
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