selective focus photography of black and orange Malay lace wing butterfly on pink cone flower
P.C :- Unsplash

Do they stick to one colour?

Brushstrokes easily capture various hues,

Plethora smudges sketched unwitting on canvas of a delicate petal,

Colour rendering pollens settle,

A butterfly hops from one flower to next, busily,

Not knowing what an amazing art it has selflessly rendered.

44 words.

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Mish for hosting Quadrille #130 at dVerse. The word for the challenge is smudge and word limit is 44 words. For rules please refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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