Peter Dome


A Room Full of Butterflies.


A room full of mottled multicolored butterflies
enclosed within a creative space
of artful design
to inspire and aspire
Flirt and flutter
a delicate ballet
A splash of color
an oasis
among a drab row
of urban gray
The door is opened
to release to freedom
Flying high over lush green trees
way up high through clear blue
unblemished skies
floating on a cushion of air
like autumn fallen leaves
in a gentle breeze
Painted Ladies
resting upon my heart for a while
making it smile
so pleasing to my eye
A symbol of freedom
and eternity
that fills my dreams
with treasures of summer.





Peter Dome.copyright.2013.Sept.

Submitted: Monday, September 09, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 10, 2013

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Inspired by an art gallery, and a poem by Shelly.

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