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Dancing on Glass

written by: Bonnie Clements


Butterfly stencils breathe life into the glass
I wonder who put them there–
the woman who lived here
before me
An elderly woman
A grandmother–
maybe her grandchild
or maybe she just liked the shapes
the colours
gold, red and blue.
Winter sun shines through their wings
fluttering like butterflies do.

Bonnie Clements

Bonnie Clements

Bonnie lives with her husband and two cats. She is retired and writes as often she can, walks to explore her beautiful surroundings and loves to capture her experiences on camera. She also plays music and belongs to a ukulele band!
Bonnie Clements

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