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Amy Lowell - To an Early Daffodil

Thou yellow trumpeter of laggard Spring!
Thou herald of rich Summer's myriad flowers!
The climbing sun with new recovered powers
Does warm thee into being, through the ring
Of rich, brown earth he woos thee, makes thee fling
Thy green shoots up, inheriting the dowers
Of bending sky and sudden, sweeping showers,
Till ripe and blossoming thou art a thing
To make all nature glad, thou art so gay;
To fill the lonely with a joy untold;
Nodding at every gust of wind to-day,
To-morrow jewelled with raindrops.  Always bold
To stand erect, full in the dazzling play
Of April's sun, for thou hast caught his gold.

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To an Early Daffodil - Comments and Information

Poet: Amy Lowell
Poem: 6. To an Early Daffodil
Volume: A Dome of Many-Coloured Glass
- Sonnets
Poem of the Day: Jan 20 2008

Comment 2 of 2, added on July 19th, 2016 at 5:39 PM.
All Hype: the amount

All Hype: the amount of crap they had to deal with here means that you are not justified at flipping them off at this ju___ure.t___n_____________________________________c_____I do not understand what you mean by the statement above? I was giving them a little props to the money they have been making as of recently. No flip off intended.

Kaedn from Georgia, Republic of
Comment 1 of 2, added on March 23rd, 2011 at 3:21 PM.
Incorrect attribution

This poem is by Amy Lowell, not by Robert Frost.
You have been assisted by an English major.

Ibis Man from United States

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