Butterflies - Poem by Ronald Chapman
The bushes sail like small colors.
Small, small princesses calmly lead a clear blue path.
All fields pull colorful wings.
I see butterflies!
The adorned mountain winds swiftly flights the field of wings.
Butterflies move like a lively sail.
Life, life, and endurance!
Floating quietly, like a winged angel.
The amazing wings swiftly fly to the blue bush!
Never fight a moon!
Wings travel so far...
Life is too short!
Time for never ending sleep,
Bye Bye Butterflies...
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