Patrick Kemspke


A Beautiful Disaster - Poem by Patrick Kemspke

Butterflies float
On the barrel of a gun,
The cold steel glimmers
In the rays of the sun.

They open and they close -
Those butterfly wings!
They subtly remind me
Of a young child's wink.

Staring down the barrel
Of a weather-worn shotgun.
Whose double black, empty eyes,
Die to be undone.

Suddenly commotion,
The wings are winking faster,
One metallic click,
A beautiful disaster.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 21, 2013



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