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Celebrate Wales’ Patron Saint with this atmospheric poem.
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Key stage 2
I Think that it is a nice and calming.
I loved it,it was excellent
IT WAS AWESOME !
I did not like this poem it was just about MOUNTAINS and didn’t give me any idear!
so I got the last verce it is oevey one is alive is it cool rate kool but kind !!!!!!!!!!!!
I liked this poem it was showing that people care about their contry
I love it
When they bloom youlle all know that st.davids day is coming for sure so if you see a daffodill scream and shout horray thank you that st.davids day is here
WLASE IS KNOWING YOUR WELSH AND YOUR GREATFULLFOR THE PEOPLE THAT MADE YOUAND FOR EVERYTHING YOU HAVE IN LIFEKNOW EVAN IF YOU MOVE OUT OF WALSE YOUR STILL WELSHPORM ROSE AND FEED :`D
very good the best poem i’ve ever read
Once there grew a Daffodil,
upon a big green hill,
a boy looked out his window ,
infact his name was Bill.
Once there grew a Daffoldil,
sitting over there,
a girl walked past and said hello,
the daffodil just stare.
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