A Child’s Butterfly Poem


Monarch pupa

A monarch pupa showing wings within the pupa which is translucent now.

Deanna S. won 3rd place for her butterfly poem.  The writers contest was hosted by the Indianhead Writers Group of Shell Lake, Wisconsin.  The event took place at Spooner Agricultural Research Station in Spooner, Wisconsin, on October 19, 2009

I love butterflies… because of their color.  Some are purple, some have black and orange.  One day I saw a butterfly hatching out of a cocoon.  The cocoon cracked and the butterfly’s wings were dripping brown liquid… and then it stretched its wings.  Two hours later it flew away.

by Deanna S., Age 7

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1 Comment

  1. October 31, 2009 at 3:31 am

    Happy Tonics will be showing the documentary Papalotzin The flight of the Monarch Butterfly as a film at the II Annual Winter Environmental Film Festival (January – March 2010) in northern Wisconsin.


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