METAMORPHOSED TO LOVE, written by Orlando Blake at Spillwords.com

METAMORPHOSED TO LOVE

METAMORPHOSED TO LOVE

written by: Orlando Blake

 

Wrapped in those leaves,
Did anyone know?
Sleeping was I
All alone,
Did she tighten me?
I gasped aloud
To show my strength,
Wrecked the leaves
Scattered them,
CATERPILLAR as they screamed
Crawled all along,
Did my name had a bearing
Metamorphosed to Chrysalis,
Waited for the day to be winged,
Small scale of wings
Grown into a beauty,
Buttered with various colours
Tinged with scattered designs
BUTTERFLY as they screamed,
Flying was my dream
Flapping my wings,
Hovered around her in whee,
She smiled sprinkling the mist.

Orlando Blake

Orlando Blake

Orbindu Ganga (Orlando Blake) is an Indian post-graduate in science and the first recipient of Dr Mitra Augustine gold medal for academic excellence. He is the co-founder of an international English Literary Journal - INNSÆI (IJCLPH), certified life coach, spiritual mentor, creator of SOBS, author, poet, editor, content writer, painter, and researcher. He has been the featured poet twice in the November 2019 and July 2020 edition of The Year of Poet VI and VII published by Inner Child Press International Publication (United States of America). His poems have been published in SIPAY Literary Journal (Seychelles), Teesta Review: A Journal of Poetry (India), Sahitya Anand (India), Spillwords Press (USA), SETU (USA), OPA, Atunis (Albania), Winamop (UK), The MAG (India) & Poetry of Spring's Embrace (USA). Apart from poetry, he has published short stories, articles, research papers, paintings, and photography.
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