On the sky
it gracefully drifts
fluttering each and every way.
Its wings are silent
like the thoughts in your head.
Its color is loud,
as is each and every detail
dressing its soft, smooth wings.
The beauty in its delicacy
captivates your deep-felt mind.
You watch it fly
swiftly from one plant to another.
Then off it ventures
into the world,
into the sky
a butterfly's home.


Copyright ©2008  Gretchen Ann Decker

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