Headpiece showing a daffodil flanked by a skull on each side. This illustration introduces “Divination by a Daffodil.” Below is the full poem:
Divination by a Daffodil
When a daffodil I see,
Hanging down his head t’wards me;
Guess I may, what I must be:
First, I shall decline my head;
Secondly, I shall be dead;
Lastly, safely buried.