July 18, 2013 Subject:
Delightful book of homey poetry
This may not fit into some peoples modern view of house and home, but it has a universal essence of a hearth and home, back when homes had hearths, so some of it can translate into current home and family situations.
The following is an example of Morleys work taken from Dandy Dandelion, pg 191;
"Dear Dandy truly does not smell
As sweet as some bouquets;
No florist gathers him to sell,
He withers in a vase;
Yet in the grass he's emperor
And Lord of high renown
And grateful little folk adore
His bright and shiny crown."