This one was published in the Sheffield Journal, a local newspaper, as the winner of the “Poet’s Corner” on 27 August 1992. I vaguely remember winning either a fiver or a tenner – I was quite happy at the time. I was 14. Red is the poppy Which dances all day In fields of corn… Continue reading Flowers
Here lies spring Golden crowns Daffodils across the downs Shimmering gold of secrets untold Babbling stream against the rocks Look up there! Looking high? See shimmering gold in the sky Here she lies amongst them Here she’ll never be seen Clusters and bunches of them Daffodil, the queen!