Butterfly Love

Floating high floating free

Floating high floating free

Abundant beauty for  eyes to see

Abundant beauty for  eyes to see

To see  beauty, for eyes  – free  floating

Floating  high – abundant  
Gracious butterfly fill me with wonder

Gracious butterfly fill me with wonder

Remind me of the beauty love

Remind me of the beauty love

Gracious love remind me of the  butterfly

Fill me with beauty
Love transcends human frailties

Love transcends human frailties

Sacrifice is made for love 

Sacrifice is made for love 

Frailties made for love transcends

Human love is sacrifice 

 
Butterfly to  see –  beauty is love

Gracious floating free,  the eyes 

Transends  human beauty 

Sacrifice  is for frailties floating high

For abundant love fill me 

With love made for me.
I’m going to issue a challenge to y’all, but there’s no specific time limit on it as this could get rough. In exploring different poetic forms, I found a modern form that cracked me up and I had to try called the Paradelle. Here are the rules for writing one:

1. The paradelle is a 4-stanza poem.

2. Each stanza consists of 6 lines.

3. For the first 3 stanzas, the 1st and 2nd lines should be the same; the 3rd and 4th lines should also be the same; and the 5th and 6th lines should be composed of all the words from the 1st and 3rd lines and only the words from the 1st and 3rd lines.

4. The final stanza should be composed of all the words in the 5th and 6th lines of the first three stanzas and only the words from the 5th and 6th lines of the first three stanzas.


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