Monday, April 05, 2010

Halloween Bug

Of golden orange
Stripped body
Rings of black
You came too late
To visit Halloween.

This is spring
The season of green
With rabbits and babies
And baskets of flowers
Of rainbow colors.

You came too late
I’ll see you again
When Fall colors change
and leaves fall.
So fly away now

Photo & Poem by Mary Nida Smith ©


Missy said...

What a unique looking insect. Your poem was very creative, poetry is such a treat using fun words and phrases.

Life's Beautiful Path said...

Good morning Missy. I am glad you enjoyed my poem. The little bug had small see-thru wings. It may be a beatle.

Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell said...

Nice poem, Mary. Me and the dogs have been noticing black and yellow centipedes on our walks the past few days. I love discovering new and exotic life here!

Life's Beautiful Path said...

Thanks, I am glad you liked my poem.Exotic discoveries in Arkansas? That is a nice way to put it. New discoveries each day.