Treasure Island

Wilfred Mellers

(March 5,1962 / Kinston, Jamaica, West Indies)

Transformation Extraordinaire


For this I know, it was not so long ago I met a captivating butterfly
On its journey by and by perched this butterfly on my windowsill
Beautiful the butterfly to my eye brought a tear I dry
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  • * Sunprincess * (6/22/2014 5:37:00 PM)

    ..........so quick was the change of a beautiful butterfly into a dragonfly....wish the dragonfly would have just been proud of who she was.... instead of trying to be something she was not.....great message in this write.....it's always best to be yourself..... (Report) Reply

  • Tia Metcher (8/2/2008 12:03:00 PM)

    'Hi! ',
    If only I could write like you.
    This is exactly how I feel. I have been trying to write a poem like this using discriptive words and display a lot of imagery, but couldn't put it into words.
    You have done outstanding on this poem. very creative.

    WELL DONE!
    Cheers :) (Report) Reply

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