Poems About: BUTTERFLY
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- carpe diem
Go little butterfly
Dusty cocoon abandon read more »Joyce Bridle (Oblate) OSB
Hopping, fluttering, colours
Why won't you stay for a while?
You look so pretty read more »Sally Davis
231.Butterfly (Why butterflies do always flies away...)
I met a lady, few years from now
She was as pure as honey, like when
She smiles so sweet and so much caring...
So much silence yet passionate enough! read more »Vizo Meyase
232.Butterfly In Stomach
Boy, Now a days you are reason of mine happiness and delight
from the moment You said 'I'm that much comfortable with you that We can fight''
But Boy, You hated me and I hated You
may be before i didn't want to change my perceptions, but now I do read more »Anuj Raj Singh
Your little world grew too small read more »Michael Pyatt
234.Fingers Of Freedom!
One morning, I looked out of the window,
as I let my eyes survey the garden,
to my amazement, I saw a butterfly,
there hanging within a spider's web, read more »Denis Martindale
Blessed are the meek,
For they shall inherit the earth.
Humble and graceful,
Just as a butterfly. read more »SarahLee Emilaire
236.The Crow and The Butterfly
Ever wonder why the Crow chases the Butterfly?
Have you ever heard the Crow let out it's cry?
I think I found out why...
It's quite the interesting story, I had to pry.. read more »Joe Gosart
237.The Butterfly Effect
We all wish we could change something about our life be it our size the way we act and even our personality but what hurts us the most is that are not comfortable not even with our name. read more »Rupert ColePalmer
In the middle of our porridge plates
There was a blue butterfly painted
And each morning we tried who should reach the
butterfly first. read more »Katherine Mansfield
Butterfly, the wind blows sea-ward,
strong beyond the garden-wall!
Butterfly, why do you settle on my
shoe, and sip the dirt on my shoe, read more »David Herbert Lawrence
240.Mystical Migration of the Monarch Butterfly
Buttercups and blue skies, butterflies love these
Up up and away they fly above the wildflowers
The monarch butterfly migrates for miles and miles
To cross the entire continent of north america read more »Rachel Nichols