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  1. ms pie says:

    funny how that is…. something so elusive…. the only time i’ve ever seen a butterfly stay is when a friend of mine showed me his collection… pinned up and boxed on a wall… never forgot that as a young child … traumatized me…. funny how that is.. the image your words produced..

  2. Lea says:

    They have so much to do… in their effortless way.

  3. They never stay long enough ~ Lovely ~ XX

    Living moment by moment,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  4. Hazel says:

    They are born to flutter away. Lovely creatures.

  5. JC says:

    My back yard is quite narrow, and it seems to be like a thruway for those yellow butterflies. Love them.

  6. Gillena Cox says:

    those are swift ones, i ask of them the same thing

    Happy Friday


  7. Marit says:

    I live on the third level and don’t see butterflies much here, but WHEN they flutter that high, it’s always special! Love your haiku today Mark! Hug from the Netherlands.

  8. rebecca says:

    my days are a drift in mother care. dememtia is a lonely landscape that longs for a light to follow through this long black night. thank you for your beauty which lifts my heart all the way across the world where it is just sunrise and a new long day awaits me. please forgive my late arrival, where i am grateful for the pure wonder and simplicity of your butterfly.

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