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Lorene Erwin

(9/3/65 / Birmingham, Alabama)

Butterflies in My Head

Butterflies in My Head..

Like colors in a beautiful Rainbow that stretches across the Sky
An Eagle soaring free and high
Colors of the unbelievable Images painted by Josephine Wall
Fairies in a Fantasy
They clutter with happiness
Once again
I have them
Like bees swarming their house of honey

..Butterflies in My Head..
Love in my heart
Timeless feelings
It..s like living in a Fairy Tale
Timeless, Priceless..Feeling once again
When I close my eyes
I can see all the wonderful colors of the..

..Butterflies in My Head..
I can feel all the love in my heart
Warm as the summer sunshine
Soft as a feather bed
Red as a Rose with pedals so soft
Yellow as the sun that beams down on earth
Green as the a greenest grass you find deer grazing on
Blue as the Blue in his beautiful eyes
Pink as lips so warm and soft
Colors, The flutters, the softness
In just one touch
I can once again feel
I have..

..Butterflies in My Head..

Submitted: Thursday, September 04, 2008

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