Lady Bug - Poem by Elliott Rosenberg
She flew past the snow capped howdahs,
Down the slopes of tears,
meandered onto a sylvan accouchement,
Encroached by a living sea.
Under a raspberry leaf,
Bonded by an epistolary of thoughts,
It is the pursuit of moksha,
That heralds her divine existence.
Now flowing at a natural pace,
Eloquently fluttering an elytrous
A cluster of seers accouter,
To douse in her ladybugs wings.
She makes no sounds,
Enamored with her truth,
Pheromones does she release,
Calling to the monks of Mount Meru.
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And so I wrote June 20,2015.
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