Toleration

A butterfly dies
with wings putting together
Palms of a prayer
Confession and repentance
of a happy careless life

An ant who devours
death and flesh, feelers and legs
never touches wings
never cuts off a prayer
It’s the greatest blasphemy

 

by TETIANA ALEKSINA
© All rights reserved 2015

20 thoughts on “Toleration

  1. Reblogged this on cocktailmolly and commented:
    The final poem in the 7 Days of Poetry series is Toleration by the self-proclaimed “amateur writer”… but maybe she is tricking us readers with such a description as she has managed to collaborate with various poets and writers to the delight of many readers on her blog (unbolt.wordpress.com). Positive descriptions about this woman, hailing from Russia (?) and residing in the UK, are endless, but I will refrain and let you all embrace the tantalizing skills of this emerging great poet. ReAd&N-joY.

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    • Oh, thank you very much, my dear friend!
      I know, we don’t talk very often, but you’re the one from my first friends on WP, so your every comment is worth its weight in gold… Thank you ❤

      Please, take good care, John!
      Yours, Unbolt

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    • Thank you, my celestial Meg ❤
      I feel beatitude every time when I see your comment on my blog… I want to write… again and again… Thank you!
      Please, take care… Love and hugs, your Tia XXX

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    • Thank you, my precious Aquileana!
      A size isn’t important, yes? Even the smallest heart can bear the greatest feelings…

      Always with love and admiration,
      your Tati ❤

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