|Crabbing gets there sideways,Not looking where you’re going,Scuttling through a crowded life.
Spidering takes too long—All those webs to weave,To trap others in your world,Of which you are the centre.
(by: Paul Booth)
|Centipeding has too many feetOn the ground,Too many shoes to clean,And too many toes to be trodden on.
But butterflying sets the spirit free,Unfurls the wingsHeld tight by binding shell of chrysalis.Butterflying is faith let looseWith colourAnd freedom in its wings.