When a daffodil I see,
Hanging down his head towards me,
Guess I may what I must be:
First, I shall decline my head;
Secondly, I shall be dead;
Lastly, safely buried.
-- Robert Herrick
Daffodil in the language of flowers means esteem, gallantry or chivalry, unrequited love, rebirth and regard.
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