She Dreamed Of Daisies - Poem by Patti Masterman
She dreamed of Daisies in the nights
After crying herself to sleep again,
Wondering why Daddy didn't love her
And how many daddy's did most girls have;
She'd had seven or eight, at least.
She dreamed of Daisies and awakened
To a world where she was in the way,
She tried to be invisible, tried to be good
Tried not to cry, but it never worked;
If only she left, there might be some peace.
She was locked out one night
The lights were on, but no one came,
Frozen snow swirled; there was nowhere to run
She fell down in the snow, dreaming warm springs,
Where all the shivering finally ceased..
And awoke to find huge fields of Daisies,
And never more was afraid, in the least.
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