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Butterfly Beginnings

There was a little Caterpillar, scampering up a Leaf, chewing with contentment, eating with relief Relieved to be upon the Leaf, not grasped between the beak, of a flurrysome of sparrows, living in the creek Chewing, Chomping, having fun, getting bigger every day, towards the day a butterfly emerged, and gently flew away! A Strand 1059 Poetry contest Sponsor Brian Strand 24.01.2022

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Date: 12/24/2021 10:28:00 AM
They certainly have voracious appetites! Aloha!
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Angela Tune
Date: 12/24/2021 1:03:00 PM
Tell me about it, a certain species of caterpillar has destroyed my plants this year, even scoffed my privet hedge..haha!