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Yellow Daffodil
by Stephen Watson
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Sometimes I see him; standing
In the darkest corner of my mind.
A hooded figure, clad in medieval black robe;
And always, always grinning.

He waits!

Why is he waiting?

The watcher in the shadows stirs.

In a moment of blinding light,
The silver thread is severed.

The tide has turned, and that yellow daffodil
I had clung to for so long has floated away;

Into the arms of the endless ocean.      
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July 17, 2013
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