Metamorphosis

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I call this the necessary
transformation
the inevitable change
the unavoidable incident
when I lay my heart bare
and you ripped it to shreds
I gathered the pieces
weaved a chrysalis out of it
and stayed inside
till I came out as a butterfly
from the battered
caterpillar
you left me to be
–Megha
Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash
This post is in response to the daily prompt Courage

 

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54 thoughts on “Metamorphosis

      1. Err… it’s just my blog name to let you all know that I believe in miracles even though I only got to read them in stories when I was younger and never faced one myself. My name’s Manidipa. It’s easy to confuse since Charisma can actually be a girl’s name.
        😃😃😃😃😃😃
        But anyways, the pleasure’s mine.

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      2. Ha ha! No probs! 😃😃😃That would be very kind of you. I am just an amateur in this field of blogging. It would mean a lot if you visit my blog and give me a feedback to help me improve it. 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  1. Megha, “Metamorphosis” is a poem that embraces possibilities. It’s hopeful, we’re all capable of change, renewal and rebirth, we can remake ourselves and move forward. The intro of your poem is powerful with clever wording, I adore it, brilliant!

    “I call this the necessary
    transformation
    the inevitable change
    the unavoidable incident”

    Please take good care. ~ Mia

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  2. I’ve nominated you for the Liebster Award. I’m not good at linking, so if you’ll visit my site, you can obtain the questions there. I hope this encourages more visitors and bloggers as your words are beautiful.

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