Butterflies Poems

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by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was awakening from my dreams, in search of an orangey sun,
As dreamers had always done, since warm vibrancy of day one.

I was emerging from fine silken coverings, in the usual way,
For wild places beckoned to me, as Saturday calls to Sunday.

After a colossal struggle, at last I had emerged victorious,
And leaving soft pupa behind, I was soon sunshine delirious!

I fluttered here and there, exploring all on red hued wings,


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The Slick City Streets
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Recent rain has fallen on the slick city streets,
And redbird has suddenly abandoned the fast life!
Downtown still throbs with the city's heartbeats,
Like vast fields, in the time of red butterflies.

Varicolored and ever-changing, as untamed nature,
In its endless movement, charm, sights and sounds,
As sleek cars whiz past, carrying a hint of danger,
In a merry watery world, which vibrancy surrounds.

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Rosy Day Running
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Feet pounding windswept pavements
people thrilled to run.
Red butterflies in tandem-
Invigorated heartbeats.

Day to satin night
on every viable route
energetic youth!
Pretty, fleeting scenery


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A Spring Dream
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

noon dandelions
all awash in seas of gold
spring has lately sprung

butterflies and bees
in beauty's residences

joyful greenery
the songbirds are back in town


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A Memory of the Park
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

At the pretty park, the amber sun was shining,
As I sat among the orange blooms of the June,
Berry blue sky and lake looked to be entwining,
As sunset paused, in its hued, dreamy cocoon.

Joyfully, I watched redbirds and butterflies play,
In one of life's flawless, spontaneous moments,
Myriad and lovely, coming once, and going away.
Allowing to memory hence, precious fragments.

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Recent Butterflies Poems
Butterfly Craze
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

In the blooming epoch of days,
the unlikely swarms have now come
their colors vibrant in sun rays.
In the blooming epoch of days,
there are no rules when nature plays.
Where on earth are these lovelies from?
In the blooming epoch of days,
the unlikely swarms have now come!

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Redbud Redolent
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

trees in the green breeze
in gold glazed heady sunshine
scent songs are searching

millions of blossoms
fluttering freshness like spring
wave goodbye to clouds

nice noon has gone still
sweet lifetime wears a big smile


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Colors Came Down
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Colors chase the sun into evening ~ its reflection in risen moon.

blooms glow sunset hues
gold time has stopped in magic
and pretty tree songs

Purple butterflies exude fragrance in their wake,
like dressed up ladies, off into shadows opaque.


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by Evelyn Judy Buehler

A time of tulips
Pink cherry blossom thrills too
Refreshing rains roar
In age of red butterflies
Looking to deep golden hours

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Butterfly Dreams-Nursery Rhyme
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

There was an old woman, who lived in town,
She had seven cats, all of whom wore frowns,
When crimson butterflies left, each sundown,
Off to their sweet dreams in the thistledown.

Much more fun to run in sun and green grass,
Than going to bed, with pearl moon, at last;
But, in puss dreams, butterflies made a splash,
They were all colors flying, while cats dashed!

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