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I liken myself to a dragonfly

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I liken myself to a dragonfly

I liken myself to a dragonfly Settling with papery rustle To briefly watch The world go by Then to flit away In a hurried hustle To settle anew And to anew espy To gaze about In wide-eyed wonder I try to take it all in Again…before I fly The wonder of water The sound of thunder I perceive through the eyes Of the dragonfly I hear the flowers Each and every one I taste the wind I absorb the sun Tis only human I am But in my mind I cause my form to morph… into another wondrous one I liken myself to a dragonfly With parchment wings And faceted eye The better to see All things that matter to me And fathom the scheme of the sky

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  1. Date: 7/12/2012 4:09:00 PM
    Awesome! Great imagination! Very rich in talent!

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    Date: 7/12/2012 7:12:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry


    Donald It's readers like you that keep writers like me writing! We all need that input to feed our hungry egos. thanks for the input!
  1. Date: 7/6/2012 10:05:00 PM
    A fantastic write, David! I love the imagery and rhyme scheme. It flows beautifully. One for my faves! I can't wait to read more from you, and I thank you for your kind comments on my haiku today. Love and Blessings, Rhonda

  1. Date: 7/5/2012 9:17:00 PM
    wow, this is awesome work. I also like the way you made really small lines with the rhyme at the end of each small four-line stanza. Some great imagery, such as the parchment wings and faceted eye. A poem to enjoy MUCHO.