Wilderness Sanctuary

Wilderness Sanctuary short poem

Photo by terrabellastudios 

On a tapestry of alpine wildflowers
A variety of butterflies,from big Monarch
To tiny mauve colored and dainty,flit about
From flower to flower.

Wild roses creating an aromatic boundary
Around this pristine alpine wildflower carpeted
Meadow. Truly enhancing!
Sunshine, flooding the butterflies amphitheater
In an eloquent golden glow.

Through the arc of a graciously formed rainbow
Created by dancing prisms of light, seven beautifully
Multi colored butterflies eloquently fly.
Graciously gracing the flora and fauna.

As the day warms,with the sun climbing higher in
The brilliant blue sky.
This wilderness sanctuary becomes much more active.
In the absolute tranquil peace of Nature.

Butterflies of multi colored hues,fully fanned out on this
Alpine wildflower carpeted meadow.
Eloquently gracing one another in their pristine Surroundings.

This wilderness sanctuary, locked in the true grip of Nature,
distributing a soft and gentle touch of color
In Nature’s divine love.

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Preeti
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Reading your poem is like going for a vacation to a naturally beautiful place:)

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