Bellis perrenis. Bossy.
This tiny daisy Bellis perrenis forms rosettes of paddle-shaped leaves and the flowers follow the sun's direction. They open by day in dry weather and close at night, hence the name Daisy, a shortened version of Day's Eye. The hardy plants are common lawn weeds.
Of course, weeds are just plants we don't want growing in a certain place. In other words, they're bossy. Or is it the lawn owner that's bossy? Gardener and weed are in a constant state of war because once the plant takes hold, they flower, seed and propagate. The bossy Bellis spoils the gardener's desire for a green lawn by producing pretty white flowers.
A different outlook might be needed to change the Victorian era of needing to control our gardens. Grow plants not lawn. See the link here. Also, many people in England are opting for a wildflower meadow instead of a clipped lawn, where plants, flowers and grasses sway in the breeze.
Proverb: Better to remain silent and be thought a fool that to speak and remove all doubt.