Drunk from spring we wake up early
to a smiling dawn sky, periwinkle pearly
we’re smiling laughing, giggling, shrieking shrilly
drunk in spring when daisies, lilies turn us silly,
we hopscotch barefoot even if it’s chilly
since daffodils and sun won’t make us guilty
Lilian hosts the Quadrille today at dVerse and the word is silly. You have to write the poem in exactly 44 words (excluding title) and include the word silly in the text.
May 3, 2020