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A butterfly wasn't always beautiful.


Happiness is a butterfly, which when pursued, is always just beyond your grasp, but which, if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you.


The transformation from caterpillar to butterfly is a mesmerizing testament to nature's magic, encapsulating the essence of renewal and beauty. As the chrysalis splits open, revealing a creature of vibrant hues and delicate wings, we witness the miraculous transition from the mundane to the extraordinary, symbolizing hope and the potential for change.


Butterfly wings, though perceived as tapestries of vivid color, owe their enchantment to a transparency that captures and bends light. This interplay between structure and luminance reveals that beauty often lies not in the pigment but in the ability to reflect themselves to the world in a spectrum of unexpected ways.

A secluded, enchanting garden where, for years, a unique species of butterfly has lived, its wings tightly closed, concealing the vibrant patterns and colors within. This garden is a personal sanctuary, hidden away from the prying eyes of the world, a place where these butterflies can mature and flourish in private. The garden's caretaker, has always recognized the beauty and potential of these butterflies, yet harbored fears about how they would be received beyond the garden's walls.

As seasons changed, so did the spirit of the caretaker. There came a realization that true beauty and the stories born from the heart are meant not just for the self but for the world. It was a truth as inevitable as the turning of the leaves.


Find your wings and soar.

For the first time the gates were opened. The first butterfly was ushered beyond the familiar. Its wings unfurled, revealing the breathtaking patterns hidden for so long. As it took flight, the rest followed, each taking their turn to explore the open sky.

New indie author who enjoys bringing the stories in her head to paper and out into the world. I started writing stories as a teenager, but was never brave enough to share them with the world. So here I am, trying to fulfill my passion.

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