butterflies

butterflies

A Poem by James Paulin


 

flutter, fly, flit from flower to fern

skillfully skitter till petal settle

plainly pale or prissily patterned 

genteelly grace Gods’ garden glory



© 2015 James Paulin


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very creative use of alliteration & the clever use of sounds feel like they mimic the butterfly's delicate moments. Very nice.

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Yeah for alliteration!!!!

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Very nice use of technique and words.

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There is something magical about butterflies and you have painted a beautiful picture here with your brush. ~ Helena ~

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My walks in the woods lately have allowed me to see a few here and there. You have described them and their delicate beauty very well.. x

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other creatures might eat them, but we're the only to put pins in 'em and frame 'em so they'll stay put on the walls

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Added on April 25, 2012
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James Paulin
James Paulin

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After 38 years of working as an automotive design sculptor, I retired and have been doing a bit of fishing and writing poems. I've gotten better at both and had some recognition. Most of my poems are .. more..

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