Never Let The 'Hope' Die...!

Poem By Ravi Singh

Welsh Daffodils

As you walk along the valley floor
And along the valleys hills
You will see the blooming flowers
Of the great Welsh daffodils

They stand so tall on big long stalks
So proud to be called Welsh
The yellow petals so vibrant
Which are looking full of health

The trumpet opens fully
To take in the fresh Welsh air
Used to represent St David's Day
And to uplift all those in care

To go with them God made a place
Full of green mountains and the vales
And the daffodils proudly stand today
As a symbol for our Wales

Written by David Boyce
09 September 2007

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