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O' Dandylion

Poetry By: RazorBlade

O' Dandylion why are you so disdained.

Submitted:Nov 16, 2011    Reads: 4    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   


O' Dandylion,
pretty yellow flowers,
swaying in the breeze,
the root pushing you so high,
jus' ankle length, reach for the sky,

O' Dandylion,
snubbed are you,
wishing for a wind,
to blow off your seedlings,
n' carry forth a generation new,

O' Dandylion,
growing green leaves,
add tart whirlwind to a salad fast,
blowing across your taste buds,
why does that fresh salad never last?

O' Dandylion,
no whine from you,
your beautiful yellow flowers,
a brewer wants to grace,
for a wine so smooth, he do create,

O' Dandylion,
so many uses for you,
flowers yellow, an edible innuendo,
abundant mostly in a spring wind,
a plant disdained, but never misused!


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