Nature's Daisies

By the galvanize fence in the shade of the trees
They sway to and fro in the freshening breeze
They came into bloom in the warm Spring showers
As timeless as Nature are her daisy flowers
Perhaps the children of the daisies of last year's Spring
They bloom when the nesting birds whistle and sing
They have inspired writers to story and rhyme
They come to life and go with the passage of time
With petals of white and tiny hearts of gold
So hardy yet so lovely for to behold
To Nature like her Seasons her daisy flowers come and go
The species of flora everybody does know
On the last day of October the birds whistle and sing
And Nature's daisies dance in the breezes of Spring.