My Acrobat Of The Sky - Poem by Patricia Kelley
I was standing in the backyard minding my own business, when a flirty little blue dragonfly with delicate iridescent wings appeared.
I knew right then, that he must have been the same one that had entertained the thoughts of kings.
Just when I thought he was finished with his flips, he reappeared.
Here he was acting as an acrobat sailing high through the ocean blue sky with his accurate spins.
Oh, how I loved to watch him fly!
I just stood there frozen with a sigh.
Then just when I thought he disappeared,
He surprised me by landing on my left sun-kissed arm.
I looked at him, and said no worry, I bid the no harm.
I took my forefinger from my right hand and stroked lightly on his delicate back.
He raised his back, what and act.
I knew then that I had me a new winged friend.
I just stood there and stared.
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