Acrostic: Butterfly

Acrostic: Butterfly

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Break away- oh little one,
Unto the sky, to see the world;
Taste the pollens on rose buds,
Trust in your wings, to take you there;
Embrace the beauty you’ve become,
Rock your wings, unto safe haven;
Follow the path less taken, 
Lest you be caught- in a web of sly;
You trust in your wings, you’ll make it.


In response to Writing201 Poetry assignment 3. The prompt is “Truth” written in the form of an “Acrostic” with an internal rhyme.

Limerick: Once Upon a Journey

Limerick: Once Upon a Journey

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I journeyed towards the top of a hill,
And met a Man tilted at its brink;
He looked distraught,
He stood, head first-
I stumbled upon a man looking for peace.

I once journeyed towards a man in need-
Of a wanderer to talk to, a soul to speak;
Till the sun arose,
We exchanged tales of old;
A wanderer and stranger once met at a hill.


Writing201 Assignment 2: Write a “Limerick” which is a poetic style consisting of 5 lines in a-a-b-b-a scheme using the prompt, “Journey”.   IMAGE CREDIT