A Wild Joy

Maybe I look half-crazed,

kneeling down, waiting

amid the greenery

and dandelions, swaying

as I try to focus…just

a little closer, without

alarming these airy, little

creatures who finally

seem to pose, appease

the mad woman

in the leaves; I wait

as they dance and alight,

swirl together and land,

brushing my hand

in a surrendered trust,

and I feel such a rush 

of unencumbered joy,

as if I am waiting 

in the cool of evening,

just me and these

butterflies, suspended

in this sumptuous 

glimpse of Eden.

—C.L. Fisher, July 2021

Unless otherwise indicated, all writings and images are the work of C.L. Fisher and may not be copied, used, or distributed without permission.

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