Changing Clothes

New clothes are a daily task, but if you look closely, you’ll watch it happen in nature, too.

Cairns Birdwing, the largest butterfly in Aust...Warm Winds of Change

Spring warms to beauty
Dressing fields in lovely sun
Transforms to summer

Caterpillars swarm,
Luscious trees lose their luster.
Clad in swiss cheese green.

Spinning dreams of flight,
In chrysalis changing rooms.
Butterflies emerge

Carpe Diem started off it’s June with a lovely prompt about “changing or switching clothes”. Of course, I love jumping to figurative meanings, so I threw some curves into this poem. It’s haiku trio where I tried to loosely relate the three stanzas, yet they should be able to stand alone, as well.


About ewdupler

Gene is an avid outdoorsman, loves reading and is known to put pen to paper (well, he types) as an amateur poet.
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6 Responses to Changing Clothes

  1. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    I like the image of “chrysalis changing rooms”

    Changing Clothes

  2. Maggie Grace says:

    Lovely take on the prompt. Seasonal change of clothes for Mother Nature.

  3. All creatures on Earth change clothes … awesome trio of haiku Gene.

  4. The butterfly emerges… woah! I can see that… great visuals man!

  5. What an imaginative take on thise Gene.

  6. WabiSabi says:

    Oh I do love the chrysalis changing rooms!!

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