Dillydaffs

Dillydaffs

I don’t know what to do without you

I don’t know what to say,

I don’t know how to talk to anyone,

Since you left last early May.
The daffodils were barely yellow,

The cornflowers barely blue,

You used to step on flowers,

But I know you’d love them too.
They keep asking me about you,

Daffodils snapping at the stem,

You’ve left me with so many secrets,

(I don’t know what to do with them).
Next spring I’ll plant these daffodils,

And they’ll grow so high, they’ll grow

Tall enough for you to see them,

Sunshine lighting every row.
There’s so much I want to tell you,

But if you can hear this then I’ll say:

I’ve kept our flowers blooming,

Since you left last early May.

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