An Easter Story
This is an Easter story, a Passover story, an anytime-you-need-to-practice-gratitude story. Once upon a time there was a butterfly who had no wings. She could not fly from here to there, but had to wait for the wind to shake her loose from one flower and carry her to the next. One night she had a dream: She was transformed! She had wings! And the best part? She woke from her dream to find that it was true! She could fly on her own from blossom to blossom! She began to breathe a prayer: “Spirit of wonder! Spirit of love! Thank you for my new life. I will cherish every moment of it, even when my wings become faded and tattered.”
Why are you waiting?
The road your grandmothers walked
is calling your name.
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Posted on April 12, 2020, in 5-7-5, haibun, haiku, Poets & Storytellers United, Sunday's Whirligig and tagged breathe, butterfly, dream, find, fly, part, shake, story, transformed, waiting, wind, wings. Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.