Guinevere Eveleigh

The Moth At The Ballet - Poem by Guinevere Eveleigh

I saw a rather large moth
Flying frantically
Where the ballet was taking place
The dancers tried to concentrate
Forget it was there
But it continued to make
Itself a pest
To the audience
The ballerinas
Except for me
Because I was curious
How this must look
For a simple moth
The glittering costumes
The bedazzling lights
The humans lighter than feathers
How on earth
This must look
To a simple moth
And I thought
To myself
And to myself only
That maybe the moth
Wanted to take part
In this event
To be a dancer
To be a star
Maybe it felt beautiful
It must felt like
It were
Like a butterfly
Must of felt
In centre stage

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

this is a true story. i was at the ballet watching sleeping beauty when a moth suddenly began to just take center stage and you could see the dancers doing their best trying to ignore.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 11, 2012

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