Unless we are members of a church named after St. David of Wales, we didn't celebrate St. David's feast day this year, as it is Lent and there's the whole thing about not doing feast days during Lent unless they're Matthias, Joseph, or the Annunciation.

However, St. David's day still is commemorated on March 1st, which was two days ago. Daffodils and leeks are the symbols of this saint and in some places the daffodils are coming up now and starting to bloom.  Which reminds me that I love this poem by e.e. cummings: 

in time of daffodils

in time of daffodils (who know
the goal of living is to grow)
forgetting why, remember how

in time of lilacs who proclaim
the aim of waking is to dream,
remember so(forgetting seem)

in time of roses(who amaze
our now and here with paradise)
forgetting if, remember yes

in time of all sweet things beyond
whatever mind may comprehend,
remember seek(forgetting find)

and in a mystery to be
(when time from time shall set us free)
forgetting me, remember me

The poem has been set to music by a couple of composers. Here is one that is new to me this year by a living composer, Jeremy Kings (b. 1987). It's a lovely setting of music and a lovely setting for the singers at Trinity Church in Seattle.