Butterflies

The movement of butterflies in flight: Daintily flying high and gliding low. Fluttering petal soft wings. The butterflies alight upon a bough; Here to rest a while before taking to wings. There are now a host of such creatures. Entangled and chasing intricate patterns in the air. Flowers being the hunts main feature. A sudden breeze hastens the butterflies dispersal.

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Broken Kids

   It seems these days are getting shorter and our nights are growing longer We are lost in a world that we never asked for And  were never told about We are all just a bunch of broken kids Tired from the nights sadness and these terrors Practicing pouting and posing on social media At imaginary friends with imaginary lives

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Long-Lost reality

High in a tower, high in the hot African sun, two little translators have had enough as the scourge of self-assessment lurks after the Government had curtailed the requisite service to keep all State Departments globally communicative – reviewing dribs and drabs of the little documents they had the exquisite privilege to translate, lost in a sea of   Blind

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Moonlight Fair:

A memorable family holiday: Bright coloured lights, twinkling in the moonlight. Loud, energetic music blared out into the night. Smells of fast food pervades, intensifying my hungry plight. I make bee line to the hot dog seller, and appease my appetite. Taking in the atmosphere, of the fair’s thrills and spills. Observing young and old alike, enjoying life; fulfils. Watching

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The Worldwide Child:

Technology in it’s infancy: The worldwide child blinks. This child will never learn. And demonstrates worldwide links; The child is taught every subject that can earn. Worldwide child splutters it’s anger and violence. Demonstrating sensationalism. What a clever child; as askance I glance. Out pours the child’s realism. How the clever child entertains us all. And masterminds, forecasts and projections.

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