Streaming Sunlight


In the old forest, I saw shadows standing behind tall trees as if they’re protecting something. As I walked through the standing woods, I approached a small opening covered in wildflowers.
Branches grew overhead, intertwining like long fingers.
I looked up, and saw streams of sunlight shimmering downward through the leaves. I stood in amazement upon this enchanting place.
When suddenly it became dark. Then slowly, behind the darkness, I saw butterflies one by one, fluttering wings with bright, beautiful markings.
I am surrounded by butterflies moving up and down as if dancing to a silent song flittered across the tops of the flowers. It was then; I realized, I never saw such a rare siting of butterflies streaming through the sunlight. It was magical!
©Linda J. Wolff 2017 – http://www.urbanpoetry2017.com
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