Treasure Island

Henry Hubball

(21st July 1949 / Birmingham)

O Daisy Hay


O Daisy Hay
O daisy Hay
Please play away with me

I'll buy you pearls
and servant girls
and jam doughnuts and tea

O Daisy Hay
O Daisy Hay
Please fly away with me

We'll join our hands
And dance on sands
Beneath the Bodhi tree

O Daisy Hay
O Daisy Hay
Please go away from me

I've read your books
Seen your bleak looks
And long now to be free

Submitted: Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Edited: Sunday, March 23, 2014

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Written at Hay Festival 2010

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