Daisies in the Daylight

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Daisies in the Daylight

(A Triolet Poem)

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Daylight shining on the daisy,

Fills darkened days with bright delight.

When the world is looking hazy,

Daylight shining on the daisy,

Brings peace to what’s looking crazy,

Compared to beauty that’s so bright.

Daylight shining on the daisy.

Fills darkened days with bright delight.

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Author Notes A went for a walk and found these lovely wild daisies that inspired this poem.


This poem is a Triolet. A Triolet poem is an 8 line poem with a fixed format and repeating lines. Line one and two get repeated. Line one repeated on line four and seven. Line two repeats on line eight only. There is also a fixed rhyme scheme of only two rhymes. The scheme is: ABaAabAB, where the capital letters represent the repeated lines.


This picture was taken by the author on June 25, 2013.

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