Tuesday, December 31, 2002

Butterfly Laughter Comments

Rating: 3.2

In the middle of our porridge plates
There was a blue butterfly painted
And each morning we tried who should reach the
butterfly first.

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Katherine Mansfield
COMMENTS
Suryendu Chaudhury 25 September 2020

Penned on a emotionally perceptive level.

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Savita Tyagi 21 April 2020

One happy little poem that made me smile too.

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Harshit Sahani 07 April 2020

We learn from this Poem that for our own happiness no one should bother inadvertently even if it .

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Castellenas John 25 March 2019

A wonderful story in the poem. I did enjoy.

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Unknown 06 April 2020

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Bisy Untan 21 February 2019

I appreciate the poetic flair. Thank you.

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The poetic approach on a family joke is so appreciable. Nice

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Jabari 19 June 2018

The boys dreamhousr

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AISHA HURT 14 June 2018

LOVE THE POEMS KEEP WRITING MORE

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Brenda breunig 12 May 2018

Butterfly lol

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Susan Williams 22 March 2018

Delightful! Absolutely delightful, Katherine of Many Faces!

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mayank kumar 23 January 2018

i like this poem

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R. Lee Metheny 02 August 2017

Nice and simple imagery. I especially appreciate the overall fairy-tale feel of the poem. Sweet poem.

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Tom Allport 22 December 2016

what a lovely memory of your grandmother and family

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Kim Barney 13 February 2015

Loved this poem about the butterfly. I love butterflies. Check out my poem BUTTERFLY OF DEATH.

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* Sunprincess * 01 June 2014

.......oh such a beautiful memory of family time with grandmother....loved...

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Francie Lynch 10 March 2014

Let's give the grandmother some hard earned credit. She's integral. The care-giver, muse for future artistry, and spiritual candy.

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Benjamin Tetteh 10 March 2014

This poem is soft and soothing. A simple story said in the poet's heart.

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Rafaad Roslan 10 March 2012

You were plunged in a solemn state of awareness where you oppose your mere instincts and went overboard. This somehow created an illusion of me to oppose from your piece. It's terrifyingly wonderful... Thanks for this good poem. :)

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Ramesh T A 10 March 2012

Ha, ha, ha...! Nice technique of grand mother makes children take food fast! She lives forever indeed through this poem!

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Marilyn Lott 23 October 2009

Another adorable poem by Ms. Mansfield. Loved it! A '10! ' I'm not going to tell her to keep writing as I've noticed some have, since she died in 1923! : 0) Marilyn

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