Sunday Sonnet!

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Caressed by gentle early morning breeze,
Their little yellow heads turn to the sun,
Their eager little spirits to unfreeze,
That searching lonely ramblers may have fun;
Sweet lark salutes the day with joyful song,
Resounding o’er somnolent, rolling field;
Anon they will be hosting feathered throng,
A matchless chorus for the heart to yield.
Heralds of Spring, you are, fair daffodils,
Pregnant with pristine beauty, unsurpassed,
The dream of hope in lonely hearts fulfils,
Whose warm embraces transience will outlast.
Though brief your visit be each passing year,
Your sight is balm to many a lingering tear!

Β©Meanderings 2017

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25 responses to “Sunday Sonnet!

  1. Really enjoyed that one x

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  2. Beautiful words and photograph.
    x

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  3. there is nothing like Daffodils to cheer and brighten! Nice sonnet.

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  4. Indeed those lovely blossoms are a balm! I am so glad Spring is finally here. I wish the snow would hurry up and melt away, but all things in good time. Unless I misread, spring is renewing your spirits. πŸ™‚

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    • Yes….Spring does tend to do that, though I am fortunate not to be too reliant on seasonal ‘influences’. May your snow soon be gone…. Hugs! ❀

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  5. I love the colour yellow and hope is what keeps me going. Beautiful and written with such finesse.

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  6. Your sonnets are so beautiful E. Huge hugs! ~ღ~

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  7. Just beautiful. I did enjoy this.xxx

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  8. Perhaps the picture, perhaps the poetry … perhaps both … but something here made me feel happy! πŸ™‚ Hugs!

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  9. Hi E beautiful sonnet and photo! I love the start of Spring daffodils are always the first to show! πŸŒΌπŸ’›πŸŒΌπŸ’›big hugs to you! πŸ’–

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