Ethan Some Cookies

A Dragonfly


A dragonfly landed upon my skin
Its wings were gossamer, shimmering
Its legs were soft as woven silk
Its body the color of sweetened milk


A beetle landed on my arm
it woudn't go away
it wasn't doing any harm
so I thought I'd let it stay.
But it bit my arm quite badly
and the mark was so distinct
that I have to tell you sadly
that the beetle's now extinct.


A butterfly landed on my toes
and then another on my nose
One by one, and then in a swarm
completely covering my form
I tried to shake them off
but there were too many a moth

Comments1

  • ruby.e

    I really liked this! "The beetle is now extinct made"me laugh haha



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