Half a Butterfly

Half a Butterfly Earrings | Eva Pol Art


On a hot summer day, a young samurai was training the ways of his sword in a sugar cane field while his wife gently sat under the shade of a nearby tree…

Such was the speed of his swings that transparent colorless blood from the sugar canes spilled all over the place and the blazing heat evaporated the fluids making a passing butterfly dizzy… and careless enough to pass right in front of a great swing of the sword…

The poor butterfly never to taste the sweetness of the freshly cut sugar canes was split in half and fell lifeless on the ground. The next day the samurai’ s wife appeared wearing this pair of earrings she made to remind him that all life, along with its smallest yet humble and significant fragments should never fall in vain…

Written by Savvas Devourer Tyridis


Half a Butterfly Earrings | Eva Pol Art

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