Megan Elizabeth Bruner

(Levittown, PA, USA)

Winter - Poem by Megan Elizabeth Bruner

Down in the meadow,
out in the field
Lay a butterfly with only one shield
With the wind blowing hard and nowhere to go
The butterfly lie there,
stuck in the snow

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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