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Wing’ed Beauty


Dragonfly, you wing’ed beauty,

Light upon my finger, please.

Slow down your pace. Stop the chase.

Come perch upon this special place.

Come close so I can spy

Your wing’ed beauty, then let you fly.


By Marilyn Neulieb, Poets & Writers, INK

Marilyn K. Neulieb is a member of Poets & Writers, INK of Cape Vincent, N.Y. She was the 2015 runner-up in non-fiction at the Jefferson Community College North Country Writers Contest. Her work has been accepted by Christian Science Monitor, Mother Earth News, Ideals, Alternative Living, Home Power and many more. Living off the grid for close to four decades, surfaced her bent to write.



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John Kunz
Comment by: John Kunz
Left at: 6:56 AM Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Love Dragon Flies....especially the tiny blue and black ones. My Aunt used to call the Darning Needles.