Butterflies Poems

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One Fine Day
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

a garden party
a flower celebration
goldfinch gathering

the shadows are gone
warm sun is touching the ground
butterflies drifting

all birds are singing
blooms and trees dance to the sound


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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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I Loved Her
by Samson Oloto

I loved her
Before I gazed upon her
Before I met her at the airport
Where I was dazed by her words of splendor
I loved her
Before I heard her rich, throaty laugh
Before her voice made me dream
Before the butterflies came
And the blushes were consistent
I loved her


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by Evelyn Judy Buehler

wildflowers noonday
sunshine song colors of spring ~
butterflies meadow

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Crimson Wings
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

rising to the skies
red wings amongst evergreens
butterfly unrest

a citrine sun quest
off to sweet destinations
sounds of noonday gong

shadows are waiting
the day is so still and warm


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Recent Butterflies Poems
A Noonday Pause
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

An apple blossom respite, among the wild springtime blooms,
Silence in hot sunshine golden, a pause in the familiar tunes,
Muted, pretty purple martins, in the season of endless green,
Indulge in a quiet spell, where teal sky and treetops convene.

Pretty blooms pause on runways, in the lazy style of summer,
Red butterflies erratically fly, to beats of a different drummer,
Lethargy now has precious time, caught within its silken grip,
Like silver moon and twinkling stars, in the endless courtship.

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The Tangled Forest
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

orange blossom scent
drifted from the verdant trees
as grasshoppers leapt

wildflowers blossomed
and birds sang from green mansions
as spun gold poured down

butterflies wandered
winding river found its way


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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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Deep Surprise
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

My, oh my,
Deep in blooms,
Chasing fumes.
Color play,
Golden day,
Honeyed noon,
Still lagoon.
My, oh my,
Green surprise,


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A Day in the Dahlias
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Orange sunshine, pink butterflies, in dawn buds of hope-
Last night's rain has caused noon blooms in the fields!
Canaries are flying low in a season of scents and scenery;
And the moments are creeping, in response to sultry heat.
A day among varicolored dahlias, at the premiere of life,
As bees are buzzing for honey, at summertime's midlife.
Tall trees cast shimmering shade, all the green afternoon,
Amid life's colorful, lovely, eclectic sights and sounds.
Until delight and fragrance greet dreamy evening eyes,
And deep burgundy sunshine leaves with the butterflies!


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