A ladybird resting on pink

Violet bluebell( used to be yellow rose)

A ladybird sits outside walking on the colour pink 

on a place that very much resembles those pink vibrant petals 

happiness warmth bright joy 

living below her feet 

love and compassion 

self love resting 

there for her as she walks her little feet 

strength speaking from her red dress 

and a nights sky singing from those little circles on the dress 

that she always has lived in 


strength sits strength walks

a grounded little ladybird 

walks on a place 

that holds more colours 

so much more space to live on 

to be to smile and feel like something is looking after her 


resting a kind place of pink 

a kind place of love 

a kind place of understanding 

there for the little ladybird 

singing of strength 

and those calming night circles 

safety is all she needs and she wants to be by the colour pink 

feel those nice feelings settle within her 


a ladybird in balance 

resting with feelings of kindness 

that’s why she stays there 

walking on pink 


  • Author: Yellow rose (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: September 17th, 2023 16:01
  • Comment from author about the poem: This might be a bit similar to another poem about a ladybird but I wanted to share it . Saw one today , elsewhere .. walking on a pink type seat / cushion .. I said to someone , maybe the ladybird likes the colour pink I guess also related pink to the heart chakra and those feelings of warmth / kindness compassion etc
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  • Felicia

    HI Violet bluebell
    I loved this joyous piece of writing. I hope you resonated with the happy ladybird and that it's you in spirit.
    Thanks for sharing, Felicia

  • orchidee

    A fine write V.
    The way to catch a daddy-long-legs (crane-fly) is to cup hands over it, I find, not try to take it with fingers and thumb - it may break off their delicate legs.
    Same with moths. You just opened your purse? lol.

  • L. B. Mek

    'a kind place of love
    a kind place of understanding
    there for the little ladybird
    singing of strength'
    just another beautiful hug-in -words
    there's such a soothing tint
    to your poetic ink, dear Poet
    what a lovely read
    what an inspirational Ladybird

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