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Warsaw Dispatch: On Daffodils

Daffodils are “kick me in the eye[1]” at every turn. Along with their ubiquitous literalness in Warsaw’s April, the daffodil has cropped up as a wholly surprising (to me) cultural symbol this month. 765 more words

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New Flower of the Day (October 18, 2014) – Happy Daffodils

Here are some daffodils that I took earlier in the year.  ENJOY!

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Cee

Cee Neuner

"I’m trapped here, I’m trapped again."

Elizabeth Shepherd has a new album out called The Signal which is jazz with quite a bit of electro-pop funk stuff so it’s different. There is one song called… 282 more words

Oracles - General

that was yesterday

daffodil bulbs
planted in neat rows
that was yesterday
he walk the rows
of spring

Started taking lessons in another form of Japanese poetry, the tanka.

Spring

Withered Daffodil

Withered Daffodil

As the autumn winds carress my skin
Bringing back memories I’d rather leave forgotten
Reopening wounds I thought had healed
From a relationship that wounded me deeply… 84 more words

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Narcissus' Delight

Daffodil, sing me a dream

of beauty long-told and dangerous queens.

Vivacious colors in range: pink, red and white

of Persephone’s downfall and Narcissus’ plight. 77 more words

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