The Dragon Fly

The Dragon Fly

A Poem by Bonnie Paige

Hovering round in circular low - from back, to front, lingering from corner to window.
The keepers of his old stone house watch in wonder, to this curious sudden flight.

Nearer to them, but not near me. Closer in distance, but spaces away...I was amused.
Inspecting the showcase of his life, there was no fear of that which meant no harm. But the keepers of his old stone house stood annoyance still --- at the intruder's fluttering flight.

Don't fear the visiting dragon fly, it's only Edger, a come a visiting on such an unexpected Spring like day.
A cry rang out "lost", must be his way, from the keepers of his old house.

A hand that reached the knob up front --- opened wide the chamber door to help his pending escape. Tried in vain the keepers fret, they could not turn the dragon fly out.

Lower still the dragon fly flew upon the keeper's head it THUNKED !
I entered from the door in front but leave I shall from the enchanted garden rear.

© 2017 Bonnie Paige

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If you happen to stop here please leave your footprint behind.

Posted 4 Days Ago

it must have given you some inspiration,but he was on the dark side

Posted 1 Week Ago

Casually Hovering

Great read


Posted 1 Week Ago

A poem written after a visit to Edger Allen Poe's house.

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Added on August 18, 2017
Last Updated on August 18, 2017

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