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Amongst The Butterflies 2

A moth once joined the butterflies
It took them all quite by surprise
But they saw truth deep in his eyes
And together roamed the skies.
"I know that I don't look the same"
"But they respect me, know my name."
And as time passed, his wings went light
No longer black as dead of night
And then one day, they turned pure white
Indeed an awesome sight.
In with the butterflies he blended
His mind was pure, his soul was mended.

5:46 pm, 7th March 2005

17 Jul 05

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 — lonelygirl

i love this one it is so happy. im glad things worked out for the moth.

how did you think of  the idea for this?
 — Lia

 — junky