Flutter

Butterfly 3

 

Flutter (A Triolet Poem)
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I watch them as they flutter by,

Their wings touched by the painter’s brush.

Their color simply fills the sky.

I watch them as they flutter by,

Such dainty grace delights the eye,

Just sipping nectar, in no rush.

I watch them as they flutter by,

Their wings touched by the painter’s brush.

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Author Notes

Remembering Summer delights.


This poem is a Triolet A triolet is a poem of only eight lines. The fourth and seventh lines are the same exact line as the first. The eighth line is the same exact line as the second. This one is done in iambic tetrameter with a rhyme pattern of ABaAabAB (where the capital letters are the repeated lines).


This photograph was taken by the Author in May, 2012. This will become part of the Author’s Picture Poem Book.

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