Tiny butterflies and immense joy on the wing.
Yes, lovely. I grew up in New Mexico, and the most wonderful things I saw there were a red, black and metallic gold calligraphy beetle and a huge vinegaroon!
A real beauty that I'm sure is easily overlooked. Have emailed my wife's relatives in the SE about their possible experience with it. I also read (Glassberg) about a Northern and a Swamp Metalmark.
"the flame flickering in the understory at your ankles" ...Nice
Even the antennae are gorgeous!
Just what I needed today, Brian. Thank you.
Lovely writing, as always, Brian. Coincidentally enough, we have an indoor visitor revealing itself today in our house here in coastal Maine: a clouded sulphur fluttering at the window, thinking it wants to frolic amid the freezing temps and foot of snow. Any thoughts on how to make its indoor life habitable? Or perhaps we should send it on its untimely way?
I’ve found, after these many years of living, that I need Beauty just as much as I need air. Thank you, Bryan, for being Its very source today.