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A Lost Butterfly

Rating: 5.0
a sigh in her eyes
as gentle as the changing skies
flying here a lost butterfly
she turned around
a light in her eyes
as soft as the coming night
lightening here a shooting star
she invited again
to touch the last sunbeam warmth
beneath the winding boughs
she smilingly watched
a butterfly in her eyes
as same the figure as i
Sunday, March 6, 2016
Topic(s) of this poem: butterfly
COMMENTS
Luz Hanaii 12 December 2018
So beautiful and gentle, much enjoyed.
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Binayakumar Mohanty 16 October 2018
Nicely crafted poetic expression abd feelings.Heart touching.10+
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Siddartha Montik 20 June 2018
Liked.. Wonderful expression! ! 10+
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Lovely lines that are both creative and captivating!
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Sylvaonyema Uba 10 March 2017
A well communicated pom with nice concept Sylva
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Terry Craddock 21 December 2016
the butterfly flutters apparently without purpose the butterfly in beauty rides unseen breeze wind currents the butterfly in time heartbeat flight on fragile wings flutters glides the butterfly knows loves sunshine gentle changing skies the butterfly kisses scent light beams paradise
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Anne Yun 21 December 2016
Thank you sir, your lines are beautiful.
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Terry Craddock 22 December 2016
because the lines and imagery in the poem 'A Lost Butterfly' by Anne Yun was so beautiful I did not write a comment, I wrote a poem in tribute; now it is appropriate I title the poem and paste it below A Ghesia Walks In Flutter Butterfly Flight the butterfly flutters apparently without purpose the butterfly in beauty rides unseen breeze wind currents the butterfly in time heartbeat flight on fragile wings flutters glides the butterfly knows loves sunshine gentle changing skies the butterfly kisses scent soft light beams paradise Copyright © Terence George Craddock Inspired by the poem 'A Lost Butterfly' by the poet Anne Yun. Dedicated to the poet Anne Yun.
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Tapan M. Saren 01 November 2016
Very nice poem. Keep on the good work.
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Daniel Brick 25 August 2016
I have two friends Robert and Sonja who rescue Monarch Butterfly eggs, take them home, incubate them, feed them milkweed and when the chrysalis opens and the Monarch appears, take them outdoors and release them to freedom! ! I have been collecting butterfly poems for them and yours is now in this collection. In your poem the butterfly is more symbolic than real and seems to represent the speaker standing at the very beginning of her life, poised to plunge into the world like a new born creature. Everywhere she looks she sees beauty and wonder, her own self a part of them.
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Anne Yun 26 August 2016
What a great thing your friends are doing, truely admirable! 'I wish i could be a butterfly, live but three summer eves', John Keats said this, I loved it, so i wrote this. I am she, i am also the butterfly, I couldn't help wishing to be the beauty i see or imagine.
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Such a beautiful poem!
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Luo Zhihai 17 June 2016
a butterfly in her eyes as same the figure as i good poem
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