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When Daffodils Ran Free by A. Roberta Wiatt

When Daffodils Ran Free

by A. Roberta Wiatt

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0967869501, Hardcover)

A fable about free, dancing daffodils and how they came to be flowers which return each Spring.

The daffodils in this story are free; they are not plants with stems, leaves and roots in the ground. When the daffodils fall down, they cannot get up because they have no arms, hence they just lie about and die. In order to be able to live, they elect a King and he decides that they should become planted as bulbs in the ground. Then the daffodils return each Spring and, in a way, when the breeze blows on the fields of daffodils, they still bob up and down freely.

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Tells of a time in Mystic Land when daffodils ran free, until they had to take roots to survive the winter.

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