Bella Ravenstar

(Southern California)

Butterfly Flutterby


The butterfly was young
Her vibrant wings of delicate lace
Such grace such poise
A hcarming butterfly
The cricket was slick thicket
Moving quick but swift
Yet smart somewhat wise
Proud of his chirp
Hopping through the grass
Butterfly fluttered by till upon a rose
Spreading her wings a dainty show
Slowly sipping sweet
Hopping skipping
Cricket saw
Butterfly glanced
The cricket saw butterfly
The butterfly looked yonder
Cricket hopped and chirped
A jumpety crickety song
Butterfly sighed
And rolled her eyes
Cricket hopped closer
Butterfly laughed
Silly cricket trying hard
Butterfly cared less
Poor cricket hopped and hopped
Butterfly sipping nectar sweet
Cricket sang sonfter sweeter
Butterfly stopped
A song so sweet
Too lovely than nectar
Cricket hopped upon a rose
Butterfly jumped
Almost to fly away
Cricket song too lovely to fly away
Butterfly in a trance
Fluttering her wings lovely
Too charming
Too tempting
Crickect sang
Butterfly in a spell
Too late to break
Lovers forever
Strange couple though
Yet lovely
Yet happy
Suave cricket, Princess Butterfly
Flutterby, flutterby.......

Submitted: Wednesday, April 30, 2008

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  • Hadley Shark (9/7/2009 10:27:00 AM)

    Hi bella! I thought this poem was amazing and I can't wait to hear moregreat poems from you! Keep them coming! (Report) Reply

  • Jessica Wood (8/18/2009 8:37:00 PM)

    Hello Bella ur poem that u wrote was amazing the way your words flowed 2geather was amazin i have a question 4 u am 17 years old how is it that when u describe it feels as if i can see it all i cant seem 2 describe the way i see or feel things it doesnt seem the same if u can please write me back i would in joy that (Report) Reply

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