When your stomach is filled with coocoons
And the butterflies start hatching, what happens next?
How excited can you get?
Do you get butterflies in your stomach?
That woozie feeling, like you’re exploding inside with terror and excitement, how do you describe it?
I tend to the borning side.
You’ve heard about that before.
People describing their nervousness, excitement and panic as butterflies.
If we end up with butterflies in our stomachs, that must mean most of the time we’re full of worms. Fuzzy little worms creating coocoons.
I don’t know about you but I prefer butterflies to worms. Especially around this time of year. We have municipally collected green compost bins. It’s an odd thing, walking around the neighbourhood on garbage day. The bins have all kinds of little birds landing on them. Why is this happening?
Closer inspection reveals that these heat-baked green bins are frequently covered with little, white, wriggling baby flies. The birds are featsing on them. Some call these baby flies ‘maggots’. But that word is problematic. Maggots are problematic? Where…
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