Transformation Butterfly Poems | Transformation Poems About Butterfly
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Nicole Faciane (5-3-16)
Butterfly butterfly take me away,
For I wish to be you one glorious day.
Once upon a time you were completely grounded,
Now transformed into a life unbounded.
I think of my journey and what is to come,
What I have done and where I am from.
There is so much more than what meets the eye,
An entire life and many more to imply.
Depth in the soul has a greater meaning,
A beautiful dimension of higher healing.
Being afraid will only counteract,
The universe’s plan and the soul’s abstract.
I need this connection to succeed in life,
Or my life will be sick with chaotic strife.
True love and euphoric sensations-
Higher vibrations, connecting transformations.
Butterfly butterfly the perfection you have become,
From the simple step of a journey of one.
I look within and search for my light,
Discovering the truth of my being finally taking flight.
Copyright © Nicole Faciane | Year Posted 2016
I have crawled so close to the ground, where nobody notices me.. Just biding my time quietly, until I can finally fly free.
I am silently gaining my strength, until I can hide and grow.... To be unassuming doesn't make me weak, we are just waiting for my courage to show.
The cocoon I will build around me, will shield me from their attack... Once I am fully transformed, I will fly away and never look back.
When I am ready and strong, I will leave my safety, and break through the walls of this prison cell... For no other can keep my wings clipped, I will at last be free from this hell.
For the caterpillar will always grow their wings, to become a beautiful butterfly.... I just need to keep believing in the future, then one day I will soar in the sky.
Copyright © Becki Douglas | Year Posted 2015