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Butterflies

This poem is linked to Jenny Matlock’s Alphabe-Thursday.  Today’s letter is B.  B is for Butterfly.

gently fluttering

flower to flower; drinking

nectar of the gods

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29 thoughts on “Butterflies

  1. I love anything to do with Butterflies. One appeared at my Mothers funeral in February 1979 . I have always thought of them as a sign from God that all is well

  2. What a wonderful haiku and picture for Alphabe-Thursday this week!

    I’ve tried haikus before and they just will not come out of my brain correctly. I admire those who can do them effortlessly as you seem to.

    I’m glad you started blogging to gain confidence about your writing.

    I hope you submit some things. We are always our own worse critic. I suspect everyone that reads your work admires it…it’s just hard to admire it for yourself!

    I can’t wait to hear that you’ve sent something in or entered some contests.

    In the meantime, I shall enjoy reading your words here.

    Thank you for linking.

    A+

  3. Hi Teresa, I wanted to tell you that New Yorker letter was a real rejection letter. It was a huge accomplishment for me to start sending out some of my work! I was actually pretty excited they answered so fast. At least it means they read it! ha! I’ll be back for A-T

    • I think it’s great you took that risk, and you really need to keep doing so because your writing is wonderful! I started this blog because I’m not brave enough to actually submit anything. Stick with it!!!

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