' spread my appendages like the Vitruvian man.
I'm as bare and naked as I can ever be.
I'll fly away when everything has all been done.
I'd be reborn the same butterfly, soaring free.
When will I ever hear the flutes and reeds of Pan,
Celebrating the return of my dignity?
I welcome the blazing rays of the brilliant sun;
They do remind me of my belovèd country.
' spread my wings and flap them, I am your butterfly;
With you on my back, to the skies I'll bravely fly;
I will free your mind, and you will open my heart.
To me, my Belovèd, you are a work of art!
Everyone, spread yourself like the Vitruvian man;
Bask bare-naked, be proud of your identity!
About the Author: aLfie vera mella, otherwise eLf, is a nurse in profession and a literatus in avocation. Read more about him on http://www.elf-ideas.blogspot.com.