evergreen belle

(29/2/1994 / earth)

Daisy


daisy! daisy the bloom
That lay on my beloved's tomb
I shall not lie, so i do
Tell this to you

Of too many bosoms i have seen
Of too many blooms i was keen
On looking, you are the most
heavenly, and of you i shall always boast

Daisy! daisy the flower
It's my beloved's tomb, you cover
With great godly grace
swear, you shall embrace this place

For thine beauty is warming
The cockles of my heart and it's charming.

Submitted: Friday, September 30, 2011
Edited: Friday, September 30, 2011

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