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A Butterfly on my Window

A butterfly on my window
A symbol of rebirth
A sense that someone is to change his destiny
It keeps on fluttering its wings to my heart beat
Stopping to listen 
Its feelers keeps on wanting to feel
Its tastes sweet emotions as if it is like nectar
 It wants to know who that being is
About to change his or her life
The flow of energy 
The tainted being ready to burst to new
Life it cherish and it has two
Fluttering its wings again
Stopping to listen
The path of righteous and righteousness is about
The feel of true innocents like a child is reborn
The butterfly is waiting to see if this new birth is ready
Reaching its wings for that life
Staying put till the wonders are full filled
Everyone has energy intertwined to creatures around
The earth is a whole heart not just several
My life is so pleasant I can have a butterfly sign, a symbol of life
So imaginable, free of fear
No birds are even touching the butterfly weird
No birds are even trying
The birds are actually just sitting in front of the window 
The butterfly is still on my window
It has not moved but to the rhythm of my heart beat
The butterfly 
So soulful 
So beautiful
Grace
And very colorful 
I know that it takes time to take flight
But I would think it would have done it already
With birds so near, and so dangerous
But danger is just life
Life is not to fear
Life is to live
Do what you have to
Do what is for you
Do what is needed
Not wanted
Fear is wanted
But peace is seldom achieved
So beautiful 
So erratic 
But we all live 
Live and Love
The butterfly on my window reminds me of

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