poetry

Metamorphosis

They called her

a bee.

A busy body

flittering

from flower to flower,

landing

on whatever stamen

was in sight.

 

Drawing nectar

for pleasure’s sake,

she barely spared thoughts

of cross pollination.

I observed

a caterpillar.

A tiny soul

feeding her ego

but mistaking it for growth.

Deep down she

was trying to shed layers

of unwanted touches,

waiting to be cocooned

in silks of love.

 

She pretended to be

a butterfly.

A majestic illusion.

Armed with ethereal wings,

she dared to soar

to heights seemingly

unattainable — carrying

burdens twice her size.

 

R.K

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